In 2006 the authors of Using Podcasts as Audio Learning Objects stated that "podcasting aims to distribute content to be used with mobile and digital audio/video players such as iPods including all other MP 3 players, cell phones and PDAs." Today in 2014, this use of podcasts is no longer a projection for the future, instead it is state-of-the-art technology. Podcasts are a very essential component of the online masters program we are enrolled in and have become as essential as prior modes of technology we now consider commonplace. Remember the intercom? How about the conference call? My initial experience with using podcasts in the classroom came a few years back when I was working as a substitute teacher while pursuing my teaching credential. On one of my first assignments, the teacher left me a lesson plan via podcast. I found this to be of great assistance as a new teacher and made the experience enjoyable for the students.