Not the Dylan rendition of the song of by that title, but a pointer to an interesting read over at the Edupodder blog, "Revolution from the edge: students posting class recordings". Going into the whole Podcasting for Penn State, we never really thought the content would be posted by students. It only makes sense as they become more and more savvy with today's web publishing tools that they will engage in this type of behavior. I wonder how it will feel when the tables are turned? I post my class lectures as podcasts because I think they belong to me ... but if you listen carefully you'll hear students talking. Doesn't that make them ours?
Going forward I am curious as to how this will play out. Will faculty be ok with this notion? A lecture recorded, maybe even edited, by the students for the students. Should I get to sign a release form? How does this change the notion of the commercial "note trade" that goes on at major Universities? Is there a new business model in here? Podcast Notes ... hmm.