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Record identifier : 566289
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Beheler, Ann F.,
Title and statement of responsibility : The future of podcasting in postsecondary education: A Delphi study [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : Walden University, 2007
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Ph.D.
Body granting the degree : , Walden University
Summary or Abstract : Podcasting is a new technology, and little research existed prior to this study regarding best practices for its effective use within postsecondary education. This Delphi study used a panel of 45 educator experts and 3 rounds of surveys to develop a set of best practices to help educators accelerate their use of the technology, including a focus on student populations likely to benefit most from the use of podcasting. The study was based on theoretical research regarding learning in context. In Round 1, experts provided open-ended responses to 8 seed questions informed by the literature review and a pilot study. Responses were thematically analyzed with assistance from NVivo 7 software. In Round 2, experts ranked their agreement with 37 thematic statements and provided clarifying comments. Experts were presented with the mean, standard deviation and summary comments in Round 3 and were asked to rerank the statements, providing comments for rankings outside of 1 standard deviation either side of the mean. With moderate to strong consensus, the findings indicated podcasting can be effectively used to present new and review materials, and can be used to demonstrate real world situations. Findings also supported that podcasting is a means for addressing neomillennial students' need to construct their own learning as well as the needs for blind, deaf, or underserved students to have an inexpensive, mobile means of learning reinforcement. The study provides postsecondary institutions and their faculty with knowledge regarding the characteristics of effective podcasts as well as examples of effective use; this information promises to accelerate the effective use of podcasting as an educational tool increasing the prospect of enacting positive social change..
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