Finally! A great example of a higher education professor using podcasts in innovative ways to promote student reflective thinking and dialog!

iCube is the podcast for Dr. David B. Miller’s “General Psychology I” class, which he is co-authoring with students to discuss issues and questions relating to his lectures. Dr. Miller teaches at the University of Connecticut in Storrs, CT.

Do you know a professor, department chair, dean, provost or college president? Send them the link to Dr. Miller’s iCube podcast! Everyone in higher education (myself included) needs to work on “getting their heads around” the instructional possibilities of podcasts which can go far, far beyond merely “podcasting the lecture.”

Thanks to David Warlick for the link! 🙂 I have added iCube to my social bookmarks of higher education podcasts, which I think can be grouped into 4 different categories.

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One Response to iCube!

  1. Cynthia G says:

    What a wonderful resource you have created for your students! We just started using podcasts on campus and are in the midst of creating a podcasting survey to gather students opinions about the resource. Do you have anything that you would like to share? Survey questions? Resources?
    Thank you again for sharing this wonderful educational resource.
    Cynthia

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