Effective implementation of interactive podcasting for the Web 2.0 generation
Podcasting has become a popular medium for teaching and learning in modern universities and schools worldwide. Most often used podcasts are developed by instructors to broadcast content information for their students to access at leisure. This article explains how podcasts have been developed by students to support their learning and share with fellow learners. In addition, the students’ podcasts are furthered by adding multimodal interactivity with text, quizzes, images and links to websites. This article details the development of the interactive podcasts and provides quantitative and qualitative evidence of their efficacy.
Vallance, M., & Shibata, Y. (2008). Effective implementation of interactive podcasting for the Web 2.0 generation. The JALT CALL Journal, 4(1), 60-74. https://doi.org/10.29140/jaltcall.v4n1.55