The Education Podcast Network

For school teachers:

“The Education Podcast Network is an effort to bring together into one place, the wide range of podcast programming that may be helpful to teachers looking for content to teach with and about, and to explore issues of teaching and learning in the 21st century.”


Blog Universe

Blog, Podcast and Video Blog Directory : Blog Universe – The Podcast Directory

Learning category of – The Podcast Directory


Podcasts listed under the genre heading of Education on PodcastAlley: Podcast Genres on — The place to find Podcasts

Robin Good’s List of Podcast Search Engines and Directories

Where to Submit Your Podcasts: Best Podcast Search Engines and Directories – Robin Good’s Latest News
A good roundup of sites that accept podcast submissions.

I’ll attempt to break this list down and identify sites and tools particularly useful to educational podcasters.

Apple – iTunes – Podcast list

Apple – iTunes – Podcasts

iTunes must be the most popular podcatcher. In the iTunes store educational podcasts are categorised as follows for Education:


  • Education Technology
  • Higher Education
  • K-12
  • Language Courses
  • Training

Though the list appears in the iTunes playe, it’s a list most podcasters will submit to, so a good place to start searching.

Netvibes portal

Netvibes is a Web 2.0 portal application. You create ‘modules’ on a homepage to things you want to keep an eye. RSS feed modules therefore are a key component to Netvibes and so podcasts are a feature too.

You can now share your personal modules for the benefit of others through the Netvibes Eco system.

Podcasting for LTA

Show Notes:
Blog about the project:

Channel description: A two weekly podcast project about innovation in learning, teaching and assessment (LTA) for staff at Sheffield Hallam University, UK. Features and interviews on learning technologies and non-technology related initiatives and projects around the university.

About EdPod Review

The purpose of EdPod Review is the list and review educational podcasts. That is, podcasts created to support learning or to support the development of learning, teaching and assessment.

The reasons for this this are to,

  • promote educational podcasting and specific podcasts
  • identify best practice – what works and what doesn’t
  • provide some objective and supportive feedback, and possibly some ideas, for educational podcasters
  • list and describe educational podcasts

I invite you to,

  • submit podcasts for listing and review
  • submit reviews and comment on reviews