Podcasting and Digital Video in the Classroom: A Call for Research


John H. Newman, Ed.S.

Liberty University





A case is directed at digital immigrants to utilize mobile computing devices such as an Apple iPod to deliver content to students in self-contained special education classrooms.  The author discusses the current state of the use of iPods in classrooms, and how research using these devices has been limited to institutions of higher learning, while leaving the K-12 arena almost devoid of use.  Research using this mode of treatment is in its infancy, leaving the field wide-open for willing participants with tremendous upside for the students we are teaching. 


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