This paper reports on the use of podcast audio recordings to assess learning in a hybrid information research course. Evidence of learning that appeared in the audio recordings and how the project affected student learning were investigated. Findings suggest that student-created podcasts can be beneficial in that instructors can see what students learned from the podcast content; students can see evidence of own learning by looking at before and after podcasts; and that students see methods used by other students and reflect on own methods/knowledge.
Yannotta, Lauren; Lym, Brian; and Kung, Shiao-Chuan, "Using Podcasts for Assessing Information Research" (2010). CUNY Academic Works.