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IC Podcasts
  1. Author: Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)
  2. Number of episodes: 46
  3. Web site: http://www.indiana.edu/~icy

Podcast Description:

Powered by the Office of Instructional Consulting, Indiana University School of Education. This podcast series feature information and resources relevant to teaching and learning. Topics of discussion include general pedagogical tips that promote quality teaching, student learning, and instructional innovation, particularly in the use of emerging educational technologies such as Web 2.0 tools, podcasting, blogs, wikis and other participatory new media.

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  Name Time Artist/Performer Release Date Description Author Language  
1.IC Webinar: Toolkit for Associate Instructors00:23:50Dr. Mary McMullen, Peter van Leusen6/18/2013Dr. Mary McMullen, Professor of Curriculum Studies in Early Childhood Education, and Peter van Leusen, Office of Instructional Consulting, provide an overview of selected teaching resources for new AIs in the School of Education. Welcome to our community!Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
2.IC Webinar: A short discussion on discussion Practical tips and suggestions00:05:53Aaron Zachmeier, Eulho Jung5/23/2013Aaron and Eulho from the Office of Instructional Consulting discuss on useful discussion tips and methods.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
3.IC Webinar: Online instruction: Practical tips and suggestions00:16:55Kylie Peppler, Eulho Jung, and Justin Whiting5/2/2013In this webinar, Dr. Kylie Peppler shared her insights into online teaching. Useful tips and suggestions are addressed.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
4.Blended Learning Panel featuring Charles Graham of BYU01:32:10Charles Graham, Curtis Bonk, Michael Morrone, and Paul Graf4/17/2013Blended learning environments combine traditional face-to-face instruction with computer-mediated or online instruction. This panel discusses latest trends and developments in blended learning. For Dr. Graham's slides visit: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1j6pEkGDAdUf-ABrw8EsE3-3C-7K8kgrY20T5UeHXJck/edit#slide=id.p53Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
5.Teaching the Millennial Student00:11:08Karen Hallett-Rupp3/29/2013Dr. Karen Hallett-Rupp, Director of the Office of Instructional Consulting, discusses the characteristics of the millennial generation and offers strategies for teaching this unique group of students.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
6.IC Webinar: Setting expectations in the college classroom00:12:38Aaron Zachmeier, Anne Leftwich2/17/2013An interview with Dr. Anne Leftwich about setting and managing expectations in the college classroom.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
7.Teaching American Students - Tips for International AIs00:24:07Xiaokai Jia, Eulho Jung, Peter van Leusen1/9/2013In this webinar, three international instructors share their experiences of teaching American students and provide useful tips for new instructors.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
8.Oncourse Accessibility Hints for Course Creation01:19:00ATAC: Mary Stores, Brian Richwine and Margaret Londergan3/6/2011Mary Stores and Brian Richwine from the Adaptive Technology and Accessibility Centers provide some hints to make online courses more accessible in Oncourse.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
9.V-PORTAL: Global Connections and Collaborations00:10:00Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology10/1/2010Sharing and gaining perspectives with people from around the world is often an integral part of a course or program. Dr. Bonks offers advice on developing effective partnerships and activities to foster global education in your online class in “Global Connections and Collaborations” presentation. Examples from K-12 and higher education illustrate possible implementation in various settings and subjects.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
10.V-PORTAL: Wiki Uses and Applications00:10:00Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology10/1/2010In the video “Wiki Uses and Applications,” Dr. Bonk addresses the use of wikis in education and how to manage them successfully. Points covered range from developing protocols and appropriate tasks to taking full advantage of collaborative features.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
11.V-PORTAL: Podcasting Uses and Applications00:10:00Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology10/1/2010In “Podcasting Uses and Applications,” Dr. Bonk presents different educational activities of this popular medium. Whether you are interested in creating your own podcasts or finding podcasts recorded by others, this segment explains different types of podcasts and why many educators turn to use these tools in their courses.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
12.V-PORTAL: Using Existing Online Video Resources00:10:00Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology10/1/2010Creating new materials for your class can often be time-consuming; however, numerous existing resources can found online for educational use. In the video “Using Existing Online Video Resources,” Dr. Bonks provides tips and tricks on finding these resources in a quick and efficient manner.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
13.V-PORTAL: Online Visual Learning00:10:00Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology10/1/2010The “Online Visual Learning” presentation shows Dr. Bonk describing the rationale of offering visuals for learning in an online environment. In addition, Dr. Bonk provides suggestions for different formats (e.g., photo, video) and helpful resources based on his online teaching experience.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
14.V-PORTAL: Online Writing and Reflection Activities00:10:00Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology10/1/2010In “Online Writing and Reflection Activities,” Dr. Bonk stresses the importance of incorporating meaningful writing and reflection activities in an online class. Details are provided on techniques (e.g., individual, group) and tools (e.g., wikis, blogs) that can be used directly in your class.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
15.V-PORTAL: Trends on the Horizon00:10:00Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology9/20/2010In the final installment “Trends on the Horizon,” Dr. Bonk envisions future developments in education and their potential impact on teaching. Points covered range from mobile learning and cloud computing to creating Personal Learning Environments.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
16.V-PORTAL: Ending, Archiving, Updating, and Reusing an Online Course00:10:00Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology9/20/2010After finishing a class, several strategies can help you save time and get ready for the next semester. In the segment “Ending, Archiving, Updating, and Reusing an Online Course,” Dr. Bonk describes steps that can improve and simplify teaching an online class in the future. He provides details on techniques (such as backup) and tools (such as archives and surveys) that can be used for your class.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
17.V-PORTAL: Webinars and Webcasts00:10:00Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology9/20/2010Despite the physical distances between students in an online class, more and more tools allow creating a ‘classroom’ atmosphere through synchronous web-conferencing. In “Webinars and Webcasts,” Dr. Bonk present some of these tools and potential application in an online class, i.e. inviting guest speakers, enabling student collaboration, and creating a social presence.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
18.V-PORTAL: Assessing Student Online Learning00:10:00Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology9/20/2010Dr. Bonk emphasizes the importance of assessment in an online environment in “Assessing Student Online Learning.” In addition to presenting a range of assessment types in an online course, Dr. Bonk states important aspects, such as grading or matching assessments with activities, in order to successfully gauge your students’ learning.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
19.V-PORTAL: Coordinating Online Project, Problem, and Product-Based Learning00:10:00Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology9/20/2010The “Coordinating Online Project, Problem, and Product-Based Learning” portion of Dr. Bonk’s video series, he talks about implementing larger projects and balancing their demands in an online course. Topics and examples address strategies on how to coordinate and conduct successful online project, problem, and product-based learning.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
20.V-PORTAL: Hands-on/Experiential Learning00:10:00Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology9/20/2010In the “Hands-On/Experiential Learning” presentation, Dr. Bonk describes ways to engage students in the content through hands-on activities without being in the same physical space. Examples highlight educational practices varying in length and applicable in different subject areas. Enjoy the experience!Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
21.V-PORTAL: Collaborative Tool Uses and Applications00:10:00Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology9/20/2010Today’s technologies, such as Web 2.0 tools, allow for creating an interactive classroom where students and instructors collaborate in various ways. Dr. Bonk’s “Collaborative Tool Uses and Application” segment describes the rationale for collaborative learning and gives details on its implementation in an online setting. As with other videos in this series, this installment is alive with examples and advice on fostering collaboration in your online class.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
22.V-PORTAL: Blog Uses and Applications00:10:00Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology9/20/2010Using blogs as an educational tool is an increasing trend in K-12 and higher education. In the segment “Blog Uses and Application,” Dr. Bonk provides examples and suggestions on how you can use blogs in your online course. Numerous free blogging tools including educational activities for you and your students are presented in this video.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
23.V-PORTAL: Blended Learning General00:10:00Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology9/20/2010In “Blended Learning – General,” Dr. Bonk introduces and reviews the concept and important aspects of blended learning. Whether you are new or already familiar with blended learning, this informative segment points out potential educational benefits and helpful guidelines should you consider this form of instruction.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
24.V-PORTAL: Blended Learning - Implementation00:10:00Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology6/14/2010Dr. Bonk covers possible activities and resources to engage students in a blended course format in the “Blended Learning – Implementation” presentation. Examples highlight educational practices applicable in different subject areas and at different times throughout the semester.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
25.V-PORTAL: Blended Learning – The Future00:10:00Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology6/9/2010The “Blended Learning – The Future” is Dr. Bonk’s presentation on recent developments in blended learning and possible implications for the future of this type of course format. Topics and examples address up-to-date trends, such as mobile learning, and how you can monitor latest developments and innovations.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
26.V-PORTAL: Finding Quality Supplemental Materials00:10:00Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology6/9/2010In “Finding Quality Supplemental Materials,” Dr. Bonk presents strategies for identifying and locating quality resources that you can use in your online course. Numerous educational examples as well as websites offering free materials are highlighted in this video.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
27.V-PORTAL: Fostering Online Collaboration and Teaming00:08:50Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology11/30/2009In “Fostering Online Collaboration and Teaming,” Dr. Bonk stresses the importance of incorporating meaningful collaboration in an online class. Details are provided on techniques (e.g., team/group creation) and tools (e.g., wikis, blogs) that can be used to foster group work among students.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
28.V-PORTAL: Online Student-Instructor-Practitioner Relationship00:09:30Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology11/30/2009Dr. Bonk’s presentation “Online Student-Instructor-Practitioner Relationship,” addresses the different types of interactions and relationships that become a part of teaching online. Details and examples are shown for including outside participation, such as experts, in the online class.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
29.V-PORTAL: Building Instructor and Social Presence00:09:35Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology11/30/2009In the video “Building Instructor and Social Presence,” Dr. Bonk introduces ways to generate engaging online classes by enhancing instructor and social presence. Points include instructor involvement, timing of activities, and general recommendations for improving communication.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
30.V-PORTAL: Building Community00:09:30Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology11/30/2009Dr. Bonk’s segment “Building Community,” is about course components and general approaches that can be used to create an online class community. Topics and examples address class participation, group activities, and benefits of community.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
31.V-PORTAL: Reducing Plagiarism00:09:47Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology11/30/2009In “Reducing Plagiarism,” Dr. Bonk presents strategies for identifying, addressing, reducing, and preventing plagiarism in online environments. Details are provided on techniques and tools as well as common challenges faced by online instructors.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
32.V-PORTAL: Providing Feedback00:07:05Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology11/30/2009In his video “Providing Feedback,” Dr. Bonk describes the rationale for different forms of feedback in an online environment. In addition, Dr. Bonk provides suggestions for form, content, and timing of feedback based on his online teaching experience.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
33.V-PORTAL: Managing an Online Course: Discussion Forums00:10:00Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology11/30/2009In his presentation on “Managing an Online Course – Discussion Forum,” Dr. Bonk specifically addresses the importance of discussion forums and managing them successfully. Points covered range from developing protocols and appropriate questions to building instructor presence.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
34.V-PORTAL: Managing an Online Course00:10:13Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology11/30/2009In the segment “Managing an Online Course – General,” Dr. Bonk presents and suggests guidelines for different aspects of managing an online class. Topics address different instructor roles, time management, logistics, and organization.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
35.V-PORTAL: Planning an Online Course00:09:51Curt Bonk, Instructional Consulting, Instructional Systems Technology11/21/2009In the presentation “Planning an Online Course,” Dr. Bonk covers pedagogical and operational differences between on-site and online courses, strategies for adapting a current course to an online version, guidelines for creating, planning, and designing course content.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
36.Blended Learning and Student Engagement: What's the Connection? (Audio)01:11:04Norm Vaughan, Mount Royal College11/1/2009The Office of Instructional Consulting is pleased to host a special session on blended learning and student engagement with Dr. Norm Vaughan. The colloquium is open to all faculty, staff, and AIs in the School of Education and will be held in the IC, room 2002. Dr. Vaughan will discuss aspects of blended learning, student engagement and web 2.0 technologies.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
37.Blended Learning and Student Engagement: What's the Connection? (Video)01:11:04Norm Vaughan, Mount Royal College11/1/2009The Office of Instructional Consulting is pleased to host a special session on blended learning and student engagement with Dr. Norm Vaughan. The colloquium is open to all faculty, staff, and AIs in the School of Education and will be held in the IC, room 2002. Dr. Vaughan will discuss aspects of blended learning, student engagement and web 2.0 technologies.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
38.Enhancing Presentations with Adobe Presenter (video)00:51:32Peter van Leusen10/26/2009The 2009 Instructional Consulting Workshop Series continues with a session on Adobe Presenter. This workshop introduces the software and provides an overview of its capabilities. In addition, applications for online teaching including examples are demonstrated.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
39.DE Forum: Turnitin.com and Plagiarism Prevention (Video)00:33:28Madeleine Gonin, TLTC8/6/2009This session focused on Turnitin.com and plagiarism prevention. Turnitin.com is a web-based plagiarism detection service that IU Bloomington subscribes to. The tool can help serve as a deterrent to prevent plagiarism, but it can also serve as an educational tool for students to learn how to cite works properly. Madeleine Gonin,Instructional Technologies Consultant at TLTC provided an excellent demonstration and best practices for using the tool.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
40.DE Forum: Plagiarism Prevention (Video)00:38:06Pam Freeman8/6/2009This podcast was part of a session focusing on the important aspects of plagiarism prevention and turnitin.com. Pam Freeman, Associate Dean of Students and Director of the Office of Student Ethics and Anti-Harassment Programs discusses academic misconduct reporting, and the code of student rights, responsibilities, and conduct related to plagiarism.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
41.DE Forum: Time Management for Online Instructors (Video)00:24:49Karen Hallett7/12/2009Teaching online, especially for the first time, is wrought with many challenges. In particular, the modes of interaction are different than in a face2face class, and can become considerably more time consuming without some structure and design. This session focuses on aspects of time management for online instruction including: contemporary pressures on faculty time, spending your time most efficiently, and effective communicative practices in an online environment.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
42.DE Forum- Online Communication and Collaboration Tools (Video)00:59:20Mark Millard, Peter van Leusen6/20/2009This video podcast focuses on synchronous or real-time communication and collaboration. General guidelines for hosting web conferences, synchronous tools, and insights of instructor and student experiences are discussed. We introduce Adobe Connect (formerly Macromedia Breeze), a tool supported by IU, that provides a virtual classroom environment for sharing presentations, images, and your desktop, and a host of other features including: digital whiteboard, text chat, polling, and audio/video.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
43.DE Forum- Engaging Students with Podcasting (Video)00:57:44Peter van Leusen, Mark Millard, Suzanne Eckes, Anne Leftwich6/6/2009This video podcast illustrates podcasting basics, discusses podcasting software (i.e., iTunes U), provide examples of educational applications, and answers questions from the faculty audience. In addition, Suzanne Eckes, Assistant Professor of Education Leadership and Policy Studies, and Anne Leftwich, Assistant Professor of Instructional Systems Technology provide insights into their use of podcasting with their classes.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
44.DE Forum- Engaging Students with Podcasting (Audio)00:57:44Peter van Leusen, Mark Millard, Suzanne Eckes, Anne Leftwich6/6/2009This audio podcast illustrates podcasting basics, discusses podcasting software (i.e., iTunes U), provide examples of educational applications, and answers questions from the faculty audience. In addition, Suzanne Eckes, Assistant Professor of Education Leadership and Policy Studies, and Anne Leftwich, Assistant Professor of Instructional Systems Technology provide insights into their use of podcasting with their classes.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
45.DE Forum- Marketing Online Programs: Experiences and Challenges (Video)01:00:31Darren Klein, Larry Mikulecky, Ted Frick, and Karen Hallett6/6/2009This video podcast provides important aspects of marketing online programs. Darren Klein, Director of Marketing for Kelley Direct Programs; Larry Mikulecky, Coordinator of the online Literacy, Culture, and Language Education Program; and Ted Frick, Associate Professor of Instructional Systems Technology provided information and insight about their experiences and challenges of marketing their online programs.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload
46.DE Forum- Marketing Online Programs: Experiences and Challenges (Audio)01:00:31Darren Klein, Larry Mikulecky, Ted Frick, and Karen Hallett6/5/2009This audio podcast provides important aspects of marketing online programs. Darren Klein, Director of Marketing for Kelley Direct Programs; Larry Mikulecky, Coordinator of the online Literacy, Culture, and Language Education Program; and Ted Frick, Associate Professor of Instructional Systems Technology provided information and insight about their experiences and challenges of marketing their online programs.Office of Instructional Consulting (IC)EnglishDownload