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Ufi and Kineo publish free podcasting tips
Ufi, the company behind learndirect, and e-learning organisation Kineo have published a free beginner's guide to podcasting.
Ufi says the guide, called 'Podcasting Reviewed', will help those new to the podcast concept to decide if it could be an effective learning tool. The guide also gives hints and tips on how to go about setting up, creating and sharing a podcast.
Kirstie Donnelly, director of products and marketing at Ufi/learndirect said: "Ufi/learndirect seeks to set new standards in the use of technology and learning to improve the experience for its customers. To that end, we're constantly exploring new technologies to identify and maximise the benefits for learning, which sometimes means taking risks and experimenting.
"We're keen to share our insights and findings with the industry as a whole, as well as our partners and stakeholders, to maximise on value and return so we can all learn and share experiences - hence this new set of discussion papers in partnership with Kineo.
"We are really excited about the potential interest these discussion papers may generate and look forward to ongoing debates with colleagues in the learning field about what is working best and why."
The guide has an accompanying podcast from Donald Clark, a Ufi Board member, discussing the benefits of podcasting.
Visit the Publications section of Ufi's website to download a copy of 'Podcasting Reviewed'.
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