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  • 1. Introduction to Podcasting Carol Walker image source: www.flickr.com/photos/24934185@N00/118364963
  • 2. www.rsc-ne-scotland.ac.uk Regional Support Centre Scotland North & East
  • 3. Presentation and resources are available at: http://cawa.wikispaces.com/podcasting
  • 4. portableapps.com
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  • 8. Podcasting LISTEN SEARCH SUBSCRIBE CREATE image source: www.flickr.com/photos/24934185@N00/118364963
  • 9. BBC News report on podcasting
  • 10. What is Podcasting? ipod broadcasting pod casting +
  • 11. What are the benefits?
    • Anytime, anywhere learning
    • Portable
    • Different learning styles
    • Can be played over again
    • Technology investment to create relatively low
  • 12. Possible uses…
    • Pre Class - with key questions and news
    • Post Class – summary, key points, top tips
        • David Miller – University of Connecticut
    • Interview subject experts
    • Get the learner to interview peers
    • Study skills
    • Library inductions
  • 13. David Miller – University of Connecticut
  • 14. How do I listen to podcasts?
    • Listen to them online
    • Download them to play
      • on your computer
      • on a portable device such as
        • MP3 player, like an iPod or iRiver
        • Some mobile phones
        • PDA
  • 15. Portable audio and video devices
  • 16. PDAs and Mobile Phones
  • 17. Where do you find podcasts?
    • Lots of different podcast search engines
      • iTunes
      • Podcast Alley
      • Yahoo Podcasts
      • Podcast.net
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  • 22. What makes a podcast different from an ordinary digital audio file?
    • Subscription
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  • 24. Aggregators
    • Lots of different versions
      • Juice (formerly iPodder)
      • Bloglines – A web-based aggregator
      • iTunes
  • 25. Creating a Podcast
    • Audacity to record audio
    • Good quality microphone
    • Lots of different options for hosting
      • Use a blog
        • Free edublogs account
        • Free blogger account
  • 26. Some things to think about
    • Know your audience
    • Keep it focused
    • How will they listen, when and where?
    • Scripted or ad-libbed
    • Pace – fast or slow
    • Length – short or long
    • Frequency – daily, weekly or monthly
    IMPALA have a useful podcast framework  TIP
  • 27. Must know Should know Nice to know Keep it focused
  • 28. Creating your podcast
    • Open Audacity
      • Set input to Microphone
      • Set your mic level
      • Record your introduction
    record pause stop
  • 29. source: www.gapingvoid.com