Thursday, January 05, 2006

iCube Podcasts at UConn

Hi everyone! Today's selection is a podcast from Prof. David Miller, of the Psychology Department at the University of Connecticut. He has been podcasting with his introductory psychology course - and he has named the podcast series "iCube" - for "Issues In Intro" (or I-cubed, which he has shortened to iCube - I guess a play on iPod). His course website is at:

The notes on this site include the following:

"The podcasts are discussions of course material for each week's lectures hosted by David Miller, who is joined by several students from his class in General Psychology I. (PSYC 132)."

It is nice to see this approach to podcasting - a small group Q&A session with his students - rather than simply a recording of his in-class lectures. This really seems like a powerful approach.

There also are several other podcasts from the iCube series linked on this site.

An article from the Hartford (CT) Courant about this project was published on 28 December 2005 at:

As always, the orange title above has a link to the mp3 file with the podcast, and you can subscribe to the RSS feed for "Burks' Selections" using the address on the orange XML icon in the right column on the page.

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