Academic Technology Podcasts

There are podcasts out there for just about everything – even geeks who take up farm living. Among the several discipline-based podcasts floating around the educational podosphere, there are also a few that focus more specifically on academic technology. A short list culled from a post on the POD (Professional and Organizational Development Network) listerv follows after the jump (click below for more).

(from a post by via Derek Bruff, Ph.D.
Assistant Director, Vanderbilt Center for Teaching Senior Lecturer,
Vanderbilt Department of Mathematics – POD listserv)

1. Chronicle of Higher Education
– interviews with people in the higher ed community

2. Insider Higher Ed – – interviews
with people in the higher ed community

3. Education Podcast with John Merrow from PBS
– new and archived interviews by John
Merrow (“Declining by Degrees”)

4. Digital Campus – discussions among three
humanities scholars and bloggers (Dan Cohen, Mills Kelly, and Tom
Scheinfeldt) about the impact of digital media and technology on learning,
teaching, and scholarship

5. Around the Academy –
commentary on higher ed news articles by Julie-Ann McFann of New Professor
Mentor Coaching

6. Northern Kentucky University PODcast –
upcoming events at NKU’s Professional & Organizational Development Center
and video podcasts of outside speakers

7. James Madison University’s Center for Instructional Technology Faculty
– interviews with
campus faculty members teaching with technology

8. Portland State University’s Center for Academic Excellence Podcasts
– audio from recent workshops and

9. The LearningTimes Green Room – discussions
and interviews about teaching and learning in K-12, higher ed, and online
settings by Dan Balzer and Susan Manning of