Sunday, July 19, 2009

Summer 09 podcasts

During our time together this summer we participated in a podcast. Megan and Dana's topic was listeners/watchers versus readers/writers. Kitty and I teamed up to argue against the idea of replacing the schools with computers/technology. Dr. Strange wanted us to make a couple suggestions for improvement or some feedback so here are my suggestions.
First off, I think that it should have some sort of time frame set.
I think that it should have been ran through once before hand. Especially since this was the first time any of us had ever done a podcast.
Basically I know for myself that this was a subject that could go on for hours. So when it came time for the podcast one comment can turn the whole direction of the conversation. It was like I wasn't ready to be done because I didn't even get to discuss my most important points. I guess that is all apart of adapting to the situation.
However, we all participated and took it seriously and from what I could see everyone enjoyed themselves and learned something at the same time. Isn't that what's important?

1 comment:

  1. Live video or audio does that. Often (but not always) the results are better than prepared (or certainly "canned") presentations.

    Good comments.