My Personal Podcasts and YouTube Channels

The following are podcasts and YouTube channels I created. Some are subscribed by my students, my education colleagues, and members of the general public. I update the YouTube channels with my new videos and links to those created by others and clips from speeches that I have presented at a conference or through a webinar. Listen to past episodes by going to the podcast homepage as listed below. All podcasts have a link that provides direct links to previous podcast episodes.

Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) YouTube Channel

My PAL workshops, latest research, interviews with student study group leaders, and links to PAL videos by other colleges. <Click on this link to my PAL YouTube channel.>

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) YouTube Channel

My UDL workshops, latest research, and links to UDL videos by other schools. <Click on this link to my UDL YouTube channel.>

Global History YouTube Channel

My history simulations, episodes from Then and Now Podcast, and videos of simulations created by other schools. <Click on this link to my history YouTube channel.>

Learning Assistance Center YouTube Channel

My LAC workshops, latest research, and links to LAC videos by other schools. Included are videos for face-to-face and online tutoring. <Click on this link to my LAC YouTube channel.>

access and equity programs youtube channel

These programs focus on historically-underrepresented, first-generation college, and economically-disadvantaged secondary and post-secondary students. My videos in this channel focus on my work managing the EOA Best Education Practices Clearinghouse for TRIO programs. Also, I include a sample of YouTube videos created by others for each of the different TRIO programs. <Click on this link to my access and equity YouTube channel.>

david arendale’s professional youtube channel

This channel includes my YouTube academic-related videos that do not fit the categories for my other channels. It also features topical videos developed by others. <Click on this link to my professional YouTube channel.>

david arendale’s personal youtube channel

This channel features videos of a personal interest. Most of them relate to my personal faith in Jesus Christ. They fall into the category of “apologetics” which is not in the common use of being an “apology”, but rather a defense of the Christian faith with facts and reasoning. I don’t have “blind faith”, but rather a reasonable decision to become a Christ follower. Now, in addition to these videos I have playlists of personal favorites like music videos of the 1980s, science fiction (usually really bad ones), animation, and Sherlock Holmes. <Click on this link to my personal YouTube channel.>

My Historic Voices Podcast

Learn from the past through voices that made history. The podcast brings voices from the past that make history alive through their personal accounts, public speeches, and entertainment programs. I provide commentary about them and their messages. The main web page for the podcast allows you listen to past episodes and also subscribe to the podcast through links to other podcast directories. <Click on this link to the podcast web page.> The following links allow you to subscribe using various podcast listening apps.

  1. iTunes link to Subscribe to this podcast

  2. Google Play Music link to subscribe to this podcast

  3. Facebook Page like for this podcast

  4. YouTube Channel subscription for this podcast

  5. Follow Us through the podcast Twitter account

  6. iHeartRadio link to subscribe to this podcast

  7. Stitcher link to subscribe to this podcast

  8. TuneIn link to subscribe to this podcast

  9. Castbox.fm link to subscribe to this podcast

  10. PlayerFM link to subscribe to this podcast

  11. Automatically Available Through These Podcast Apps: Player FM, Castbox.fm, Overcast, Pocket Casts, iCatcher, RSSRadio, Castamatic and maybe more. They automatically make any podcast available through iTunes available through their podcast app.

My Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) Podcast

Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL) is a form of group tutoring practiced at colleges around the world. This podcast is a place where I share my research in this area, interviews with students and staff who particiapte in PAL here at UMN and other places. The main web page for the podcast allows you listen to past episodes and also subscribe to the podcast through links to other podcast directories. <Click on this link to the podcast web page.> The following links allow you to subscribe using various podcast listening apps.

  1. iTunes link to subscribe to this podcast

  2. Like the Facebook Page for this podcast

  3. YouTube channel subscribe to this podcast

  4. Castbox.fm link to subscribe to this podcast

  5. PlayerFM link to subscribe to this podcast

  6. Spotify link to subscribe to this podcast

  7. Automatically Available Through These Podcast Apps: Player FM, Castbox.fm, Overcast, Pocket Casts, iCatcher, RSSRadio, Castamatic and maybe more. They automatically make any podcast available through iTunes available through their podcast app.

my then and now podcast

The podcast title (Then and Now) reflects the relationship between today's events with the history forces from the past. I produced the podcast with the students in my college history course. Now I post episodes where I share connections between today’s headlines with past historical events. I also share information about the history simulations that I and others have developed to engage students and place them into the role of historical characters. The main web page for the podcast allows you listen to past episodes and also subscribe to the podcast through links to other podcast directories. <Click on this link to the podcast web page.> The following links allow you to subscribe using various podcast listening apps.

  1. iTunes link to subscribe to this podcast

  2. Google Play Music link to subscribe to this podcast

  3. Like the Facebook Page for this podcast

  4. YouTube Channel subscribe for this podcast

  5. Follow Us through the podcast Twitter account

  6. Castbox.fm link to subscribe to this podcast

  7. PlayerFM link to subscribe to this podcast

  8. Stitcher link to subscribe to this podcast

  9. Automatically Available Through These Podcast Apps: Player FM, Castbox.fm, Overcast, Pocket Casts, iCatcher, RSSRadio, Castamatic and maybe more. They automatically make any podcast available through iTunes available through their podcast app.