Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Emerging forms of communication in the academy: podcasts

On Saturday 10 January 2009 there was a panel: "Podcasting and the Classics". This is the first experiment by the American Philological Assocation and the Archaeological Institute of America to podcast a session at their joint Annual Meeting.

You can listen to the presentations and get access to supplementary material at the Podcasting and the Classics blog. Contents include:

Introduction: Chris Ann Matteo
Stone Bridge High School, Ashburn VA & Smart's Mill Middle School, Leesburg VA

Patrick Hunt: Tracking Hannibal with Imagination Instead of Images--Podcasting Satellite Maps to a Real Audience
Stanford University

Henry Bender: To Pod or Not to Pod--Podcasting AP Vergil and Latin Literature
The Hill School, St. Joseph's University, and Villanova University

Bret Mulligan: Using the Ear to Train the Eye--Experiments in Podcasting Latin
Haverford College

Jennifer Sheridan Moss: Present Imperfect--Perhaps Future Perfect?
Wayne State University

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