Podcasting in Academia: A New Knowledge Management Paradigm Within Academic Settings. Ractham, P. and Zhang, X. In Proceedings of the 2006 ACM SIGMIS CPR Conference on Computer Personnel Research: Forty Four Years of Computer Personnel Research: Achievements, Challenges & the Future, of SIGMIS CPR '06, pages 314–317, New York, NY, USA, 2006. ACM. event-place: Claremont, California, USA
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Podcasting represents a new and exciting learning paradigm within an academic setting. Materials such conference reports, research manuscripts, and course lectures can be recorded as audio and video files and delivered to subscribing users automatically. A minimum skills and effort is requiring for involved parties to accomplish the knowledge transaction. The ease of use and seamless transaction between users enable more efficiency in resource consumption. Minimal time and effort is wasted for both knowledge distribution and acquisition. In addition, podcasting can be utilized in various types of knowledge management practices including, a collaborative and social networking activities. This paper provides a technological overview of podcasting, and examines the potential podcasting usage within educational settings, podcasting contributions to academia, and future podcasting research suggestions.
@inproceedings{ractham_podcasting_2006,
	address = {New York, NY, USA},
	series = {{SIGMIS} {CPR} '06},
	title = {Podcasting in {Academia}: {A} {New} {Knowledge} {Management} {Paradigm} {Within} {Academic} {Settings}},
	isbn = {978-1-59593-349-2},
	shorttitle = {Podcasting in {Academia}},
	url = {http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1125170.1125241},
	doi = {10.1145/1125170.1125241},
	abstract = {Podcasting represents a new and exciting learning paradigm within an academic setting. Materials such conference reports, research manuscripts, and course lectures can be recorded as audio and video files and delivered to subscribing users automatically. A minimum skills and effort is requiring for involved parties to accomplish the knowledge transaction. The ease of use and seamless transaction between users enable more efficiency in resource consumption. Minimal time and effort is wasted for both knowledge distribution and acquisition. In addition, podcasting can be utilized in various types of knowledge management practices including, a collaborative and social networking activities. This paper provides a technological overview of podcasting, and examines the potential podcasting usage within educational settings, podcasting contributions to academia, and future podcasting research suggestions.},
	urldate = {2019-11-19},
	booktitle = {Proceedings of the 2006 {ACM} {SIGMIS} {CPR} {Conference} on {Computer} {Personnel} {Research}: {Forty} {Four} {Years} of {Computer} {Personnel} {Research}: {Achievements}, {Challenges} \& the {Future}},
	publisher = {ACM},
	author = {Ractham, Peter and Zhang, Xuesong},
	year = {2006},
	note = {event-place: Claremont, California, USA},
	keywords = {information foraging, knowledge management, podcast, social networking},
	pages = {314--317}
}
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