Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences
Recording feedback as a podcast and uploading it to WebCT
Duration: 4 minutes : 3 seconds
Lucy Bellamy (School of Nursing, Midwifery & Physiotherapy), Samuel Walker (School of Nursing, Midwifery & Physiotherapy), Sarah Westwater-Wood (School of Nursing, Midwifery & Physiotherapy).
Student in the practical session:
So if you push into my hand, and relax, and push into my hand again, and relax down.
Sarah in her office:
First of all I'm going to bring up a programme called Audacity and I have my microphone here and I just need to record my conversation with the Audacity programme.
"This is the podcast for Therapeutic Studies practical sessions week commencing November 28th. In it you will find feedback on the proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation session and your mock exam technique."
"Key areas that you need to get some more depth of knowledge are in the physiology of inflammation… To maximise your marks you need to think about the actual treatment technique… You need to have a clear idea of why you would select any one of these approaches…"
So that's three minutes duration and I will now save it or export it as an MP3 and import it onto WebCT. So I'm selecting export as an MP3 and I give it a title… it takes just a few seconds to save.
Now I need to go into WebCT… So I'm choosing the podcasting uploader, I browse to find my file and I upload it,… then I go back into WebCT to the actual place I want the students to be able to find it.
I add the link, give it a title and then its there for students. I personally like to change the icon to something incorporating headphones but that's just my personal choice.
Samuel Walker (student):
You could download it I think onto your mp3 which I didn't do but I just actually had it straight off the internet which was fine, the main reason for that is I was in a room where it was quiet so I could listen to it.
Lucy Bellamy (student):