College students use podcasts as study aids

12/29/2005 | Hartford Courant (Conn.), The

University of Connecticut psychology professor David B. Miller has started to make podcasts of his study sessions available to his students, who find the digital recordings invaluable review tools. Duke and Stanford universities are now using podcasts of lectures, interviews and speeches to supplement classroom materials.

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