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Case Studies July 2013
E-learning Roadshows in July 2013 & 11th Dec 2013 PowerPoint presentations from all regions
South Western Victoria Region
Barwon ementor project
Grampians ementor project
South Eastern Victoria Region
Gippsland ementor project
Southern Metro ementor project
North Eastern Victoria Region
Hume ementor project
Eastern region ementor project
North Western Victoria Region
Loddon Mallee ementor project
North West ementor project
Our second workshop in the series, entitled:
Podcasting: developing audio resources for training for delivery from web pages, wikis and free and podcasting services,
is taking bookings.
Recording of Michael's online PD session.
Learn more about how to use Audacity and create your own podcast.
Michaels suggessted resources
1. Framework's innovations blog. Interesting posts about a range of tools and their (potential) uses in education.
2. Podcasting and Audio Files - From online PD session Wednesday October 1st by
PowerPoint from Session -
Designing e Learning - Podcasting
Audio File Example from Live Session -
My Podcasting Bookmarks
Overview of Podcasting -
Sue Waters Guide to
YUM's Audacity Guide
Using Podomatic to distribute Audio Files as Podcasts
Podcasting in Education
In this ACFE workshop, the focus will be on developing audio resources for training for delivery from web pages, wikis and free and podcasting services. We’ll also explore uses for audio in training including case studies, scenarios and literacy support.
The workshop will be facilitated by Michael Gwyther, E-Mentor for the Grampians region. Michael will guide participants through using Audacity (open source audio recording and editing software), using sound effects and music to develop training resources. No prior experience is required.
We will look at:
Principles of Digital Sound
Ideas for using sound in your teaching and learning
Introduction to Audacity (Sound recording and editing software)
Recording and Mixing Sound, including voice, sound effects, music
Sourcing free and licensed music and sound effects
Embedding sound into wikis and webpages and/or online podcasting tools
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Some links to explore
1. Can u hear us?
PRACE has been fudned by the Australian Flexible Learning Framework to explore the use of audio in language and literacy teaching. Great site, lots of ideas and links.URL:
2. Media on the Move - the Coonara exemplar
Media on the Move
New Practices in Flexible Learning 2006
has explored the application of online casting in educational contexts. A number of different educational organisations have been involved in the development of this resource – a how and why for organisations. The Project researched new good practice models that will assist organisations wishing to embed online casting into the delivery of education and training programs within VTE and ACE learning environments.
3. Connecting the dots
Based in the adult community education (ACE) sector, this project examined the effect podcasting could have as an additional e-learning tool for learners who have little time to attend face-to-face classes, are isolated by their geographic location or who have physical or learning disabilities. The project provides a set of case studies, guidelines and resources to assist VET organisations to further investigate podcasting.
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