[3:13] Lori mentions Unlocking Bryson’s Brain podcast.
[3:58] Ian mentions his research-based comic book on toxic waste.
[9:07] Lori talks about the Open Peer Review Podcast. You can learn more about this project in Episode 00.
[11:55] Lori talks about podcasting as data collection. Here are two examples of how podcasting can be used for collecting data:
→ The Expanding Digital Media Landscape of Qualitative and Decolonizing Research: Examining Collaborative Podcasting as a Research Methodology by Lindsay Day and colleagues (2017).
→ The Podcast-as-Method?: Critical Reflections on Using Podcasts to Produce Geographic Knowledge by Eden Kinkaid and colleagues (2020).
[12:48] Lori mentions the pilot episode of Open Peer Review Podcast (EP01). Learn more about The Genetic Codes of Podcasting: a new way of thinking discoverability
[14:46] Lori makes reference to the process of developing questions for OPR Podcast EP01. Here’s an episode’s guide document with all the questions.
[20:33] Ian mentions a sustainability podcast produced by two guys in Germany.
[21:47] Lori talks about Dario Llinares, the peer reviewer for OPR Podcast EP01.
[29:48] Lori mentions the Centre for Communicating Knowledge at Ryerson University.
[41:59] Lori makes reference to Ted Rickens’ (2014) work on “MAPPING THE FIT BETWEEN RESEARCH AND MULTIMEDIA: A PODCAST EXPLORATION OF THE PLACE OF MULTIMEDIA WITHIN / AS SCHOLARSHIP”.
[43:44] Lori mentions Ted Rickens and colleagues’ second episode (2014) “Peer-Reviewer Round Table Response to Ted Riecken’s Scholarly Podcast, “Mapping the Fit Between Research and Multimedia: A podcast exploration of the place of multimedia within / as scholarship”.
[44:23] Lori makes reference to Hannah McGregor and Siobhan McMenemy’s work, The Amplify Podcast Network.
[48:45] Ian makes reference to Dan Carlin’s podcast, Hardcore History.
[54:08] Lori talks about Beyond the Radio Format, a course she teaches at RTA School of Media at Ryerson University.
[54:41] Lori talks about Sound Media, a course she teaches at RTA School of Media at Ryerson University.
Annotated Bibliography (MLA, 8th Edition)
[11:55] Kinkaid, Eden, et al. “The Podcast-as-Method?: Critical Reflections on Using Podcasts to Produce Geographic Knowledge.” Geographical Review, vol. 110, no. 1–2, 2019, pp. 78–91. Crossref, doi:10.1111/gere.12354.
[11:55] Day, Lindsay, et al. “The Expanding Digital Media Landscape of Qualitative and Decolonizing Research: Examining Collaborative Podcasting as a Research Method.” MediaTropes, vol. 7, no. 1, 2017, pp. 203–28. MediaTropes eJournal, mediatropes.com/index.php/Mediatropes/article/view/28320/21715.
[41:59] Riecken, Ted. “Mapping the Fit Between Research and Multimedia: A Podcast Exploration of the Place of Multimedia within / as Scholarship.” Articles, vol. 49, no. 3, 2015, pp. 539–41. Crossref, doi:10.7202/1033545ar.
[43:44] Leggo, Carl, et al. “Peer-Reviewer Round Table Response to Ted Riecken’s Scholarly Podcast, ‘Mapping the Fit Between Research and Multimedia: A Podcast Exploration of the Place of Multimedia within / as Scholarship.’” McGill Journal of Education, vol. 49, no. 3, 2015, pp. 717–29. Crossref, doi:10.7202/1033556ar.
[44:50] McGregor, Hannah, and Siobhan McMenemy. “Scholarly Podcasting Open Peer Review.” Wilfrid Laurier University Press [Waterloo, ON], 2018, www.wlupress.wlu.ca/Scholarly-Podcasting-Open-Peer-Review.
Suggested Citation (MLA, 8th Edition) Beckstead, Lori. “A conversation with Dr. Ian Cook: publishing, podcasting, and bean counting” Open Peer Review Podcast, SoundCloud, 12 Aug. 2020, https://openpeerreviewpodcast.wordpress.com