Epod is a collaboration between Keele University, York St John University and Morley College. Morley College's exceptional facilities at their Waterloo Campus in Central London, makes for an ideal venue for the first Epod conference.
Proudly sponsored by Broadcast Radio, HHB and Routledge
Call For Papers
(Education through Podcasting Conference 2024)
Venue: Morley Radio/Morley College London, 61 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7HT
Dates: Wednesday 19 June and Thursday 20 June:
Wednesday - registration at 18:00, followed by a live podcast panel and drinks reception.
Thursday - the conference will begin at 09:00 with a keynote and conclude at approximately 17:00.
The proceedings from the conference will be published by Routledge.
Education through Podcasting (Epod) is a new conference series cementing a partnership between Routledge, Morley College, York St John University and SoundLearnings Podcast. Academics, researchers and practitioners will find a forum, through the unique medium of radio and podcasting, to come together to share and disseminate their research and experience of teaching, learning and training through the use of podcasts. All speakers at the conference will be given the opportunity to write up their presentation into a chapter for the proceedings book published by Routledge.
Themes of the conference include, but are not limited to:
Audio as a medium for education
Specific audio developments that have influences the podcasting space
Historic or contextual developments of podcasting as a learning environment
Standards, standardisation, and the controversy around RSS feeds
Explorations of definitions and concepts and delineations (example: radio/ podcasting)
Blended, Online, Mixed Mode, Digital: Educational environments, its pedagogical trends and how audio fits into this picture
Discourses around the educational aspects of public vs private in the podcast space
Explorations of issues related to intellectual property in educational podcastingCase studies of good practice
Case studies in podcasting and community learning
Case studies in discipline specific uses of podcasting in education (e.g. in Theatre, Music, Storytelling and Creative Writing, Forensic Science and True Crime, Philosophy, Journalism and Podcasting, Media Production, Audio, Music Technology and Music Production
Submissions: please submit 300-500 word abstracts to email@example.com by 02/02/2024
Paper abstracts of 300-500 words will be reviewed for inclusion in the conference programme and potentially the forthcoming proceedings book. After the conference, presenting authors will be expected to submit a full paper for peer review for consideration within a Routledge book of proceedings.
02/02/2024 Abstracts received
23/02/2024 Abstract acceptance notifications
23/02/2024 Early bird registration opens
31/05/2024 Early bird registration close
17/06/2024 Registration close
19/06/2024 Conference Starts