Podcasting is a relatively unexplored technology tool in education (Hew, 2009). This study explored the integration of podcasting in an onsite graduate counseling course to determine how digital students responded to the integration of podcasting and to determine if podcasting impacts student comprehension of required reading materials. The results indicated that, while students came to class better prepared to discuss the material and enjoyed the podcasts, they preferred traditional teacher-led discussions to the podcasting technology.
Key words: podcasting, technology skills
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Long, R., & Fabry, D. (2011). Exploring Podcasting of Required Reading in a Graduate Counseling Course. Perspectives In Learning, 12 (1). Retrieved from http://csuepress.columbusstate.edu/pil/vol12/iss1/8