Audio learning

Digital learning is a natural fit for the return of audio media and the podcast trend. In a learning context, it is a matter of recording a conversation between experts, a testimonial or a piece of fiction and offering this content to learners without images.


The podcast has many advantages. First of all, it is easier to produce than a video in terms of equipment and skills.

But its main asset is to encourage learners’ attention. Indeed, if it lasts between 7 and 15 minutes, a podcast is likely to be listened to right to the end. However, its success will depend on the quality of the sound, the voice of the speakers, and of course how interesting the content is itself.      

But what else?

Used as a resource in a learning path or as a stand-alone pedagogical tool, audio learning offers the audience the possibility of accessing content anywhere and anytime, for example on the move!      

Tips: Think of a concept that will allow you to produce several episodes and broadcast them separately at regular intervals. Use podcasts for experiences, debates or stories rather than technical content.

The theoretical parts can be managed in person when there is practical work to be done and the knowledge can be consolidated and validated online using quizzes, serious games, etc.

Depending on the target audience, digital media can also be used so that learners can self-train and then organise face-to-face sessions so that they can ask questions and compare their knowledge with other participants.

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