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Podcasting Possibilities On A Pc

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A hands-on workshop/presentation prepared for the VITT09 conference in Melbourne, Australia by Katie Wardrobe www.midnightmusic.com.au

A hands-on workshop/presentation prepared for the VITT09 conference in Melbourne, Australia by Katie Wardrobe www.midnightmusic.com.au

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  • 1. Image courtesy of Daniel Johnson Jnr (Flickr) Podcasting possibilities on a PC Katie Wardrobe, Midnight Music VITTA Conference, November 2009
  • 2. Session overview
  • 3. Session overview ✤ Part 1: Intro: what is podcasting?
  • 4. Session overview ✤ Part 1: Intro: what is podcasting? ✤ Part 2: Hands-on create your own podcast
  • 5. Session overview ✤ Part 1: Intro: what is podcasting? ✤ Part 2: Hands-on create your own podcast ✤ Part 3: How to publish and share your podcast
  • 6. Image courtesy of Curtis Kennington (Flickr) What is podcasting?
  • 7. What is podcasting? ✤ Contraction of the terms iPod + broadcasting ✤ Radio on demand ✤ Can include videos (often instructional) ✤ You don’t need to own an iPod to listen to, or create podcasts
  • 8. 3 types of podcasts
  • 9. 3 types of podcasts ✤ Audio only
  • 10. 3 types of podcasts ✤ Audio only ✤ Enhanced = audio + images and/or URLs
  • 11. 3 types of podcasts ✤ Audio only ✤ Enhanced = audio + images and/or URLs ✤ Video: sometimes known as vodcasts (video podcasts)
  • 12. Examples of podcasts Visit the iTunes store or other online podcast directories ✤ Podkids Australia ✤ Willoweb ✤ Ed Tech Crew ✤ Teacher 2.0 ✤ Quick & Dirty Tips Network ✤ Musictechtips Image courtesy of Natahn Gibbs (Flickr)
  • 13. Why podcast in the classroom? ✤ Share information free from the constraints of time and place ✤ Students can share their work with a wider audience ✤ Listeners can hear podcast when it suits them ✤ Creating podcasts caters for differentiated learning styles (writing, researching, talking, acting, interviewing) Image courtesy of The Paradigm Shift (Flickr)
  • 14. Image courtesy of Woodley Wonder Works (Flickr) Ideas for podcasting in education
  • 15. Consume podcasts ✤ learn a language ✤ listen to radio shows ✤ learn how to cook ✤ read a book ✤ source of free PD
  • 16. Create podcasts ✤ Student-created podcasts ✤ use in place of almost any assignment ✤ just another way to show what they’ve learnt ✤ Teacher-created podcasts ✤ use to disseminate information to students ✤ record lessons, set assignments, create examples
  • 17. Podcasting & copyright ✤ Sharing work over the internet = you must consider copyright ✤ Music, loops, images & video ✤ Lost of copyright-free material available on the web ✤ See www.creativecommons.org
  • 18. Image courtesy of HVargas (Flickr) Tools required
  • 19. Hardware
  • 20. Hardware
  • 21. Hardware
  • 22. Hardware
  • 23. Software
  • 24. Software ✤ Any program that records & edits audio
  • 25. Software ✤ Any program that records & edits audio ✤ Optional extras: video and/or images; included loops & effects
  • 26. Software ✤ Any program that records & edits audio ✤ Optional extras: video and/or images; included loops & effects ✤ Software options: ✤ Audacity ✤ ACID Xpress ✤ Mixcraft 4.0 ✤ TrakAx ✤ Movie-making apps (Windows Movie Maker) ✤ Screencasting apps (Jing, Camtasia)
  • 27. Optional: podcasting booth Eva La Mer Podcast Sound Booth Harlan Hogan Porta-Booth
  • 28. Image courtesy of diebmx (Flickr) 5 Steps to creating a podcast
  • 29. 1. Plan Research & write script Gather music/images/video
  • 30. 2. Record Practice script & record Don’t worry too much about mistakes!
  • 31. 3. Edit Edit the dialogue Add in music (and images/video)
  • 32. 4. Convert Convert your recording to mp3 (audio) or mp4 (video)
  • 33. 5. Post & share Upload your podcast to a website. Create RSS feed (podcasting host sites to this for you). Promote your podcast on directory sites (ie. iTunes Store).
  • 34. Publish..... ✤ Sign up to a podcasting host site (ie. Podomatic, My Podcast, Podbean) ✤ Follow the steps to upload and tag your podcast ✤ Once uploaded, copy the RSS feed URL
  • 35. .....Share: submit to iTunes ✤ Go to iTunes Store > Podcasts > Submit a podcast ✤ Paste your RSS URL in the box & then fill in your podcast details ✤ Wait for a few days for your podcast to be approved ✤ You do this only once ✤ Repeat for other directories
  • 36. Contact ✤ Email: katie@midnightmusic.com.au ✤ Website: www.midnightmusic.com.au (monthly newsletter) ✤ Blog: www.musictechtips.wordpress.com ✤ Twitter: @katiesw1