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Continue reading "New pensions podcast launched for Citywire"
It's a great opportunity to promote your podcast to a European audience and to win some great prizes from their sponsor OLYMPUS. So go on, take a look at the podcast nominations and see what's good.
You may also find some inspiration from the podcasts on show, but brush up on your language skills because there's always alot of German submissions, 300 reported so far!
Each month, Podcast Production's recording engineer joins hosts Joan Phaup and Sarah Elkins from Questionmark to record an audio podcast. The global nature and diversity of Questionmark's business means that their guests can be dialing in via landlines or Internet telecommunications from all over the world. Once we have tapped in and recorded the podcast in the best audio quality possible, we edit any slips that may have occured and once everyone is happy with the content it is produced with its distinctive "sting" and published on the Questionmark blog.
In podcast 6 Sarah spoke to David Lewis about formative assesement. I'm sure to those such as myself that are new to the subject, this podcast could make a good introduction:
David Lewis of Glamorgan University has extensive experience with Questionmark Perception. I spoke with him recently about the large scale implementation he has been working on at Glamorgan, where they use Questionmark for formative assessment, summative assessment and module evaluation. David also spoke about the training programs that have been developed within the University, the collaboration with other higher education institutions in Wales, and provided some great advice for anyone working with online assessments
Tune in to this podcast with David Lewis
We're sure their podcast is up to the mark!
Every month, Podcast Production produces and publishes this podcast within 24 hours of the Monthly Oil Market Report being released by our customer OPEC - in fact, more typically the same afternoon!
Of course, none of this would be possible without the efforts of the OPEC team in Vienna or "ever-ready" broadcast journalist and correspondent Eithne Treanor who does the voice over an mobile podcast recording. A true pro!
Pensions Radio, which Podcast Production produce for Scottish Life has been nominated for Hitachi's European Podcast Award. The podcast has developed its own unique blend of bare pensions facts with banter centered around the UK pensions industry.
Lords, ladies, ministers, journalists and pensions experts frequently join Chief pensions strategist Steve Bee and "man on the street" Stephen Ballard for live on-site recordings which are usually in London. It makes interesting listening, even for the pensions ignorant such as myself - so why not tune in? If you like it, vote too!