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Free ebook on podcasting activities

 

8 Ways To Integrate Instagram into the Classroom

 

Adams, M. (2014). From screen to text: Video composing in the writing classroom. Computers and Composition

 

Apple Learning Exchange. (2007). Reading Fluency with iPods and GarageBand

 

Arroyo, S. (2012)Participatory composition: Video culture, writing, and electracy. Carbondale: South Illinois University Press

 

Briggs, T J. (2014). Three frameworks and pedagogical approach: Teaching video arguments in first-year composition. Computers and Composition 


Briggs, T. J. (2016). Mics, cameras, symbolic action: Audio-visual rhetoric for writing teachers. KAIROS, 21(1)
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Cochrane, T. (2005). Podcasting: The do-it-yourself guide. Indianapolis: Wiley.

 

Dangler, D., McCorkle, B., & Barrow, T. (2006). Podcasting and the classroom audience. Computers & Composition Online.

 

Dionne, M. (2006). Podcasting 101 -- How educators can use this new technology

 

Farkas, B. G. (2006). Secrets of podcasting (2nd ed.). Berkeley, CA: PeachPit Press

 

Garcia, A. (2015). Vlogging, Teens, and Literacy: Engaging Youth. School Library Journal

 

Gliksman, S. (2016). Creating media for learning: Student centered media projects across the curriculum. Los Angeles: Corwin Press.

 

Hattie, J. (2014). Know the impact: Visible learning in theory and practice. Routledge. (free book download)

 

Haugsbakken, H. & Langseth, I. (2014). YouTubing: challenging traditional literacies and encouraging self-organisation and connecting in a connectivist approach to learning in the K-12 system. Digital Culture & Education, 6(2), 133-151.

 

Herrington, J., Herrington, A., Mantei, J., Olney, I., Ferry, B.  (Eds.). (2009).  New technologies, new pedagogies: Mobile learning in higher education. Gwynneville, New South Wales, Australia: University of Wollongong.  

 

THE JUMP: Journal of Undergraduate Multimedia Projects.

 

Manning, S.  (2005).  The Promise of Podcasting." University of Illinois/Illinois Online Network (ION) Pointers & Clickers, 6(2)

 

Max, H., & Ray, T. (2006). Skype: The definitive guide. Indianapolis, IN: Que

 

Glicksman, S. (2016). Creating media for learning: Student centered projects. Los Angeles: Corwin

 

Morris, R., & Terra, E. (2006). Podcasting for dummies. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

 

Melo, M. (2014). Exploring digital infrastructures: Systems organizing theory as a heuristic for multimodal composition. Computers & Composition.

 

Morris, R., & Terra, E. (2008). Podcasting for dummies, 2nd ed. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

 

National Writing Project Multimodal Assessment Project Group. (2013). Developing Domains for Multimodal Writing Assessment: The Language of Evaluation, the Language of Instruction

 

Palmeri, J. (2012). Remixing composition: A history of multimodal writing pedagogy. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press.

 

Podcasts Made Simple: Free book

 

Psomosa, P. & Kordakib, M. (2015). A novel educational digital storytelling tool focusing on students misconceptions. Procedia, 191, 82-86

 

Rainie, L. & Madden, M.  (2005). Podcasting. Pew Internet & American Life Project Data Memo.


Rankins-Robertson, S., Bourelle, T., Bourelle, A., & Fisher, D. (2014). Multimodal instruction: Pedagogy and practice for enhancing multimodal composition online. KAIROS, 19(1)

 

Rozema, R. (2005). 311 podcast workshop.  

 

Smith, B. (2016). Composing across modes: a comparative analysis of adolescents' multimodal composing processes. Learning, Media, & Technology.

 

Soep, E., & Chavez, V. (2010). Drop that knowledge: Youth Radio stories.  Berkeley: University of California Press.

 

Torrone, P.  (2006).  How to Make Enhanced Podcasts. Make: Technology on Your Time. http://www.makezine.com/extras/43.html

 

Varvel, V. E. (2007). The Making of a Podcast (Part 1). University of Illinois/Illinois Online Network (ION) Pointers and Clickers, 8(2).

 

 

 

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