WSU professors produce political podcast

WSU professors produce political podcast

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OGDEN, Utah (AP) -- Two professors at Weber State University are giving students their fall political fix.

Political science and philosophy department professors Leah Murray and Thom Kuehls put out podcasts on the presidential race to educate students about the election process.

Podcasts are audio or video files downloaded over the Internet and played on a mobile media player.

The episodes, which can focus on topics like the debates, conventions and primary elections, get about 200 downloads each.

Kuehls says he and Murray try to use the podcasts as an extension of their teaching, not a platform to push a position on the issues.

Information from: Deseret News

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