Podcasts can be a great tool to connect students with current events and ideas in a field. This collection of podcasts has been organized by subject matter to provide instructional resources for UNF faculty. The descriptions below come directly from their listing in iTunes. Clicking the iTunes button will launch that podcast's page in iTunes, with more information about the podcast and the ability to subscribe.
FinanceBasics is presented by Larry Schrenk and is a series of talks providing a basic and informal introduction to various concepts and issues in modern finance. It will not, however, offer any stock tips or specific investment advice. The goal is to inform listeners of the ideas, methods, history and concepts of both corporate finance and investing. The presenter is Assistant Professor of Finance at the Robert G. Merrick School of Business, The University of Baltimore (http://business.ubalt.edu) which offers an online, AACSB accredited MBA program (http://business.ubalt.edu/ubtowsonmba/webmba.html). Comments and suggestions are welcome and may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, but it will not be possible to respond to individual e-mails.
Deloitte Insights is a weekly audio business news podcast that delves into the business strategies that address the issues affecting your industry. Topics such as accounting, audit, tax, finance, technology, risk management, governance and much more are discussed with some of the industries most experienced minds at the Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu member firms.
Did you miss a recent artist's talk at the Hirshhorn? Do you want to know more about an artwork you've seen? The Hirshhorn is pleased to offer free Podcasts about the art and artists featured at the Museum.Listen to conversations with artists, lectures about the work on view and issues central to contemporary art, and walkthroughs of the galleries for a deeper understanding of the art and artists of our time.
SCAD On Demand is a streaming and interactive Web site about the experience of living and creating art at the Savannah College of Art and Design.
Nature is a weekly international journal publishing the finest peer-reviewed research in all fields of science. The Nature Podcast is a free weekly audio show highlighting content from each issue, and interviews with the scientists creating the data. The Nature Podcast provides insight and context to groundbreaking research, and allows the scientists to explain the significance of their work in their own words.
Join host Steve Mirsky each week as he explores the latest developments in science and technology through interviews with leading scientists and journalists.
Leading science journalists provide a daily minute of commentary on some of the most interesting developments in the world of science. For a full-length, weekly podcast you can subscribe to Science Talk: The Podcast of Scientific American.
PreLectures and video tutorials that are used in Dr. Tracy Morkin's general chemistry course at Emory University. PreLectures are assigned as homework to facilitate content delivery and to free up lecture time for more rigorous problem-solving and discussion of "real-life" applications. They typically cover core concepts that often appear throughout the general chemistry curriculum. The PreLecture Project is made possible by a grant from the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation.
Highlights NewsHour with Jim Lehrer reports of particular interest to teachers or with potential use in the classroom.
The University of Washington Medical Center strives to lead the way in providing medical information to medical providers, patients and the general population with the latest in cutting edge technology. Podcasting will all us to provide video and audio broadcasts in a way that allows of ease of downloading and viewing of content of portable devices. There are many more that have already been formated just waiting to join these pilot casts.
JSAMS is proud to announce that podcasts highlighting particular issues and papers in each of our 6 issues a year are now available through a series of interviews with authors, researchers, and practitioners. In addition we aim to include discussions in more general terms matters of relevance to sports medicine and sports science.
Great Speeches in History is a podcast devoted to the great thinkers, statesman and other public orators that have graced us throughout history with their words. Each week LearnOutLoud.com will offer up a new speech in audio format. Please visit www.learnoutloud.com for more educational audio and video.
At recording booths across America, everyday people interview one another about their lives. StoryCorps creator Dave Isay showcases these first-person stories in this weekly podcast. StoryCorps airs Fridays on NPR's Morning Edition.
LUCI is the Laboratory for Ubiquitous Computing and Interaction in the Department of Informatics in the Donald Bren School for Information and Computer Sciences at the University of California at Irvine (UCI)
Fortnightly video podcast magazine programme covering academic research in electronics and computer science.
Construction Informer Podcasts feature a wide assortment of topics related to construction, architecture and engineering. Hear about hardware and software for the industry. Find out more about the latest efforts in building information modeling, integrated project design and green building. Pick up a wealth of tips for managing people and keeping them motivated. Learn new ways to market your construction-related products or services. Listen in to interviews with industry leaders. Tune in for an eclectic mix of information and news for all construction pros.
CrimeTime, an audio service for, by, and about cops, is making its debut with a bang, or, actually, several bangs. The program features a wild and woolly group of police officers analyzing and scrutinizing some of the most thought-provoking law enforcement news from the past week. In addition to 'gang tackling' police stories in the news, there's also a regular 'free-for-all' in which officers go bare knuckles with their own take on important law enforcement developments. CrimeTime includes officer safety and survival news and tips to help a cop do his and her job better and, most importantly, to get home safely at the end of the day. There'll be a lot of rolling around in the dirt as cops don't always necessarily agree with each other, but it'll always make for entertaining AND educational listening. CrimeTime is an audio service from In the Line of Duty, world leader in law enforcement video training.
A variety of programs produced by the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) and/or the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police.
Audio Interviews and Discussions with Economists Worldwide - www.RadioEconomics.com - Radio Economics is an economics podcast which features recorded audio interviews and discussions with economists worldwide. It is produced by Dr. James Reese, an economics professor at the University of South Carolina Upstate. The full range of economics subjects are covered and extended interviews with world famous intellectuals, discuss subjects at length.
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Join MAKE magazine for a Weekend project each week you can build yourself! MAKE is a quarterly publication from O'Reilly for those who just can't stop tinkering, disassembling, re-creating, and inventing cool new uses for the technology in our lives. It's the first do-it-yourself magazine dedicated to the incorrigible and chronically incurable technology enthusiast in all of us. MAKE celebrates your right to tweak, hack, and bend technology any way you want. MAKE on iTunes is produced by Kip Kay and Phillip Torrone.
This podcast will focus on the appreciation of poetry, which will include readings of original works, commentary, and discussion on the poems read. We will also touch on some literary and translation theory. Enjoy.
Welcome to PodLit, a program for writers, readers, teachers, students and anyone else interested in contemporary literature. PodLit is a series of audio programs devoted to news, interviews and commentary about literary activities, literary life and writers and editors.
Parents, educators, and policymakers are invited to read our blog, download our publications, and listen to our podcasts regarding special education and how it affects families, taxpayers, and society at large as well as how everyone can work together to deliver sound educational services to children with disabilities in a way that benefits society as a whole.
Award winning K-12 educator Vicki Davis shares her thoughts, interviews with other educators, and inspiration. From the classroom of a teacher using the newest tools and seeing improvements in student learning, retention, and excitement.
Welcome to A History of the World. Below you can find all the episodes broadcast so far. You can listen to an episode on this page, download (save) your own copy to keep on your computer or mp3 player, or subscribe to the podcast for future programmes.
A weekly podcast tracing the rise, decline and fall of the Roman Empire. Visit us at http://thehistoryofrome.typepad.com
This history of the Byzantine Empire is a lecture series written and presented by Mr. Lars Brownworth who teaches history at The Stony Brook School in Long Island, New York. He has traveled extensively from the furthest reaches of the Byzantine Empire all the way to its heart at Constantinople. Join him for an engaging look at the history of the Byzantine Empire through the eyes of 12 of its greatest rulers.
Skyping, Webcasting, and Podcasting By and For Teachers. Three public school teacher in New York City moderate this podcast that comes from a weekly skype conversation and live webcast. Paul Allison, Susan Ettenheim, and Thomas (Teb) Locke get together, invite their colleagues, and talk about teaching reading, writing, and content with Web 2.0 technologies
Subscribe to the TechTeacher Podcast and get the latest in educational technology trends, news, and professional development.
Michigan Association Of Secondary School Principals Podcast. The mission of the Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals is to promote excellence in school leadership by serving, supporting and raising recognition of its members, and on their behalf, advocating education system improvements for the benefit of students, teachers, principals and schools throughout Michigan.
Interviews with people who support the Blackboard course management system at different educational institutions.
We're pleased to bring you leading business figures sharing their thoughts and insights into current topics affecting companies and organizations around the globe.
The Harvard Business IdeaCast, from the publishers of HarvardBusiness.org, Harvard Business Review and Harvard Business Press, features breakthrough ideas and commentary from the leading thinkers in business and management. Looking for video? See our Harvard Business IdeaCast video version.
Thoughtful commentary, advice and insight on how social media is creating new ways to communicate and changing the nature of public relations, marketing, and advertising from Albert Maruggi, a veteran of radio, television, politics and the corporate communications.
The Mathgrad Podcast will discuss everyday math for everyday people. My goal is to discuss the mathematics behind many real world topics in a way that even the worst mathphobe will gain some insight into our world. This won't be your boring high school algebra class, I promise.
Seminars and lectures from Lancaster's Postgraduate Statistics Centre at Lancaster University; UK.
In each episode we will explore a different aspect of composing music from inspiration to performance. Enjoy “Composers and Coffee” our special segment of interviews with composers.
Composers Datebook is a daily two-minute program designed to inform, engage, and entertain listeners with timely information about composers of the past and present.
This documentary series profiles the legends and legacy of jazz. Hosted by singer Nancy Wilson, each episode brings to life the vibrant history of the genre through music, interviews and commentary.
The Wynton Marsalis official podcast is designed to showcase videos of Wynton performances around the world. Each clip is encoded in stunning H.264 quality, with incredibly low file sizes. For more details, visit our website at www.wyntonmarsalis.org
The Nursing Show features news, tips and tricks, medication information, nursing career interviews, education and commentary for nurses, nurse students, and anyone interested in general medical information.
Sharing ideas and passion of nursing leadership, researchers and innovators in nursing, health and healthcare. Exposing nurses and nursing students to issues and ideas that are happening within and around the profession.
Thousands of faithful listeners tune in to hear Dr. Mitchell's radio and Internet segments on Orlando's News Talk AM580 WDBO (wdbo.com, click on Nutrition & Health Center)
Heart healthy recipes from the one-hour, weekly call-in public radio program that focuses on health and lifestyle issues.
Freakonomics and SuperFreakonomics, by Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner, are groundbreaking books that explore "the hidden side of everything." Now there's a Freakonomics podcast, hosted by Dubner. Prepare to be enlightened, engaged, perhaps enraged, and definitely surprised.
Randy Cohen, Times Magazine columnist, answers readers' questions on ethical issues each week.
Astronomy Cast offers you a fact based journey through the cosmos. Each week Fraser Cain (Universe Today) and Dr. Pamela Gay (SIUE / Slacker Astronomy) take on topics ranging from the nearby planets to ubiquitous dark matter.
The latest audio features from the official NASA Portal, NASATV, and more.
A weekly discussion about the President and developments in Washington, hosted by The New Yorker's executive editor, Dorothy Wickenden, and featuring the magazine's Washington correspondent, Ryan Lizza, and other contributors.
"It's All Politics" features Senior Washington Editor Ron Elving and Political Editor Ken Rudin. They dissect the latest news from inside the beltway, along with other political stories from around the country.
Stay in tune with the President's agenda with his weekly addresses released at the end of every week.
All the psychology you need to know and just enough to make you dangerous... This podcast features renowned psychologist, Dr. David Van Nuys, brining you in-depth interviews on a broad array of psychological topics including: psychotherapy, dreams, consciousness, depth psychology, business psychology, developmental psychology, mind/body psychology, personal growth, psychology and art, research psychology, social issues, and spirituality. The roster of world-class guests includes: Philip Zimbardo, Charles Tart, Irvin Yalom, Jonathan Haidt, Sara Lazar, Robert Altemeyer, Stanley Krippner, Arnold Mindell, Dacher Keltner, Michael Meade, and David Barlow among others.
A listing of featured podcasts from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The WHO podcast delivers speeches by the Director-General, health information and health-related news
Discussions on common beliefs about language
Explore the human cultural heritage through streaming media. Travel through time and feed the thrill of discovery. Examine the wonderful diversity of the human experience!
Learn French and discover some piece of French culture. Grammar, vocabulary, video vocabulary, bilingual text, movie or book review and a spread sheet to get a better look at the French language!
Learn Spanish with Coffee Break Spanish, bringing you language-learning with your latte! Aimed at total beginners, this podcast will help you get to grips with the Spanish language.
A theme-based Mandarin Chinese course for beginners. I use a step-by-step approach, so the lessons are progressive and easy to follow. I recommend starting from Lesson 1 and going through all the lessons. It doesn't matter when you join the course, the lessons are always going to be here for you. You can study at your own pace, whenever or wherever you like. If you have a question, I will be happy to assist, no matter what lesson you are studying.
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