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  • Start with choosing an audience. Knowing who you want to do the podcast for will make it easier to come up with a theme for the overall podcast series. Once a theme is decided it will be easier to find relevant topics for each individual podcast.
  • Having trouble? What are you intersted in? What’s your speciality? You can model yours after another podcast you like to listen to. Or, consider what’s already been done? What are current podcasts missing? Then try to fill that information gap with your podcast.
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    • 1. DIY Podcasting
      SUNYLA 2011 Preconference
      Dana Longley, Empire State College
      Carleen Huxley, Jefferson Community College
      Mark McBride, Buffalo State College
    • 2. What is a Podcast?
    • 3. Examples
      Gamers with Jobs: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/772424/gwj_snippet.mp3
      Digital Campus: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/772424/digcampus_snippet.mp3
      Adventures in Library Instruction: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/772424/ali_snippet.mp3
      T is for Training: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/772424/t4train.mp3
    • 4. Carleen Huxley
      Audience/Theme/Topic
      SUNYLA 2011 DIY Podcasting Workshop
    • 5. First….
      SUNYLA 2011 DIY Podcasting Workshop
    • 6. Themes
      SUNYLA 2011 DIY Podcasting Workshop
    • 7. Topics
      Hot button issues:
      Harper Collins ebook controversy
      SUNYLA 2011 DIY Podcasting Workshop
    • 8. Use professional reading and social media to keep find/keep up with relevant topics.
      http://diypodcasting.weebly.com/
      SUNYLA 2011 DIY Podcasting Workshop
    • 9. Inspiration from previous podcasts already completed.Invite guests on for an interview (other librarian’s, faculty, administration)
      SUNYLA 2011 DIY Podcasting Workshop
    • 10. Possible Topics to get you started:
      SUNYLA 2011 DIY Podcasting Workshop
    • 11. Podcast formats
      Who is your audience?
      What are you discussing?
      Why are you doing it?
      How will you do it?
      When will you do it?
    • 12. Who is your audience?
    • 13. For class lectures
      Record the entire lecture of a fact 2 face class
      Record a lecture to a fully online class
      Record a guest speaker
      Ideas?
    • 14. Marketing for the library
      Updates on new services
      Interview librarians
      Interview patrons
      Record guest speakers
      Ideas?
    • 15. Colleagues
      Have a conversation with peers (core members)
      Have a conversation with peers (one man band) – Library2.0Gang
      Conduct interviews with peers
      Ideas?
    • 16. Technology
    • 17. Promotion / Community Building
    • 18. Debrief
      Describe what happened or how it felt?
      What did you learn?
      What next?

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