Using podcasts in education is an opportunity to reach the auditory learners who thrive through listening. For the auditory learners written information usually has little meaning to them until they hear it spoken. Podcasting is being adopted by more and more universities. This is evidenced in the article (Doug Hoagland/The Fresno Bee) about Fresno State instructors who are recording lectures so students can listen to them later on computers and iPods. Some instructors see this as a way to enable students to miss class, but others see it as a fair and reasonable means for conducting class and maximizing the learning opportunities of all students. The realization that students are more wired than ever before has to be recognized by all instructors. The more we permeate into the comfort zones of our students, the more we are going to reach them. Allowing students to access learning material at their leisure provides them with a more active role in the learning process. Students should be allowed the opportunity to use the devices that are innate to them; that they are comfortable with. We as educators must cater to our students, and if that means becoming more familiar and comfortable with technology then that is what we must do!