A number of programs of study make use of technologies for recording audio. Some faculty have recorded their lectures, others have recorded class discussions. Language faculty have recorded samples of the language they are teaching for students to listen to and reproduce in their own recordings or have required students to record themselves reading words, phrases or passages from various texts. Some faculty teaching writing courses have asked their students to record themselves reading their own writing. Finally faculty in various departments have had their students produce podcasts. For more details, see:
We invited others to send us more examples of the use of audio capture at Middlebury or comment on any of the case studies included in this usage analysis. We also invite anyone in the Middlebury community interested in or knowledgeable about this topic to participate in our focus group sessions later this month.