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MARP Radio & Interactivity 2008 - Part 1

Author: joe

Thursday, 15 May, 2008 - 11:12

Here's a recording of the first session on Radio and Interactivity from the MA Radio Production at Bournemouth Media School, and some links to things we talked about:


Some key points for those who couldn't attend:


Direct Download for MARP Radio and Interactivity Seminar podcast part 1

Duration: 1:15:45; Size: 27MB

Categories: radio, podcast, podcasting, interactivity, MARP,
Comments: 0

Old audiences, new producers

Author: joe

Wednesday, 21 February, 2007 - 15:25

MA Radio Production Seminar, Bournemouth Media School, 12 Feb 2007: Old audiences, new producers

In a time of hypermediacy, in which forms and genres are in flux, and experiments can happen, it's worth considering, what is radio, what is sound, what is art, and what is / might be the intersection? What happens when you hand your schedule over to the wisdom of the crowd? What are the people we used to call the audience now making and doing? What is the difference between amateur and professional? Here are some links to get you thinking...



Our last session is on Monday 26th, and it would be great to know what things you'd like to know how to do. Post a comment below for suggestions :)

Categories: podcasting, radio, MA Radio Production, seminar, learning,
Comments: 3

Hypermediate Radio, part 2

Author: joe

Monday, 29 January, 2007 - 15:06

MA Radio Production Seminar, Bournemouth Media School, 29 Jan 2007: Hypermediate Radio, Part 2

Again, unedited rushes of the second part of our seminar - remix, re-use, re-mash, redistribute, re-purpose, re-send...

Show notes:



Direct Download for MA Radio Production Seminar podcast part 2 mp3

Duration: 39:46; Size: 10MB

Categories: MA Radio Production, BMS, radio, learning, podcasting, seminar,
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Hypermediate Radio, part 1

Author: joe

Monday, 29 January, 2007 - 14:55

MA Radio Production Seminar, Bournemouth Media School, 29 Jan 2007: Hypermediate Radio, Part 1

Here's the recording of the first half of our seminar. Unedited rushes... feel free to remix, re-edit and re-purpose, and post back what you made if you like :)

Show notes:



Direct Download for MA Radio Production Seminar podcast part 1 mp3

Duration: 44:38; Size: 11MB

Categories: MA Radio Production, BMS, radio, podcasting, learning,
Comments: 0

Podcasting and online learning

Author: cath

Monday, 11 July, 2005 - 22:17

I've been thinking about how podcasting can add a new dimension to the learning experience, especially in the realm of distance/online learning. Some quotes and highlights from an online article published by the Univeristy of Illinois:

"Audio blogs can add an element of humanisation to an online course through voice. by way of diction, word stress and inflection, one gains a richer understanding of the enthusiasm or passion of the speaker... Some stories are told better orally than with text alone."

In summary...
- Great for students who have an auditory preference.
- Great for students with visual disabilities.
- Great for learning in the car - portable professional development which completely knocks the balls off "Learn French in 22 separate tapes which you have to rewind and forward wind without any fun element or personality at all".
- Great for totally up to date info. Online courses are generally written months in advance. They can't capture what's going on right now and relate today's news with learning. "Contemporizing course content" means that the learner is more likely "forge a more memorable bond with the content"

Categories: podcasting, online learning,
Comments: 2

Art Mobs

Author: joe

Wednesday, 22 June, 2005 - 22:30

The institutional voice is all very well, but I want what's under the radar.

Art Mobs is a project which gives you not only the chance to experience art in a new way by listening to alternative audio guides, but actually invites you to create your own guides.

Look at rocketboom for 8 Jun, and then try out these guides to various artworks, especially try the Francis Bacon, 'Painting', 1946 audio guide while looking at the painting itself!

Categories: art, mobs, grassroots, podcasting,
Comments: 3