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  • 1) For vodcasts2) Time shifted content :: play when movement is free
  • All of these are free.
  • e.g. i-Tunes:Automatic transfer to your iPod every time you connect it to your PC.
  • Example: Early days of the web: easy website creation: strange/ inane content
  • Example: Pg 14, EPG
  • Note: Host is called “talent”!Note: Speakers/ Actors – presentation of content; Producer – editing; Web Master – upload; etc.
  • Audacity: FOSS, basic editing, give weblink for downloadACIDXpress: Sony’s, more advanced, free (?), give weblink for download
  • List of Pod Catchers, mostly free: page 21, EPG
  • Quality: high quality for best results, regular quality can get startedPop-Filter: nylon mesh, to eliminate the ‘pop’ noise (for ‘p’, ‘t’, ‘k’ sounds)
  • Tip: Space >= 4 GBTip: Calculating ‘how much space’: pg 23, EPGExamples: Other Systems: pg 24, EPG
  • Tip: Space >= 4 GBTip: Calculating ‘how much space’: pg 23, EPGExamples: Other Systems: pg 24, EPG
  • Note: iTunes: the process (submit + review + post) takes app 1 week
  • More Examples: pg 31-32, EPG
  • e.g. NECC, FETC
  • Classroom Recordings or Additional Support
  • Ref: pg 37, EPG
  • Ref: Pg 44, EPG
  • Ref: pg 54, EPG
  • Tip: quick-start manuals may be developed with students’ help
  • Ref: Rubrics: Pg 50, EPG
  • Ref: pg 271, EPG
  • Handpicked by expertsRef: Part 2, EPG
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    • 1. Podcasting for Educators
      Introduction
    • 2. Elements
      Create / Listen
      Audio/ Video
      WWW
      Live/ Download
      PC/ Smartphone/ MP3 Player
    • 3. History
      Since 2004
      2005: i Tunes
      2005: Oxford Dictionary
    • 4. Content
      Regularly updated
      Receive via subscription
      “Time-Shifted Content”
    • 5. Spectrum of Use
      Content Consumers
      To
      Content Producers
    • 6. Learning Styles
      Visual Learner1
      Auditory Learner
      Kinesthetic Learner2
      Jargon: Vodcast!
    • 7. Attraction
      Anytime-Anywhere
      Compelling
      Changing all the time
      Easy to access
      Easy to create and circulate
    • 8. First Step
      Listen to a few
      Teacher/ Student tested sites
    • 9. Access
      Find
      (web browser, podcast aggregator, podcast address)
      Play
      (click to listen, play, download)
      Subscribe
    • 10. Podcast Aggregators
      Recommended:
      Apple i-Tunes
      Other Options:
      Juice
      Podcast Tuner
      Newsfire
      Jargon: Pod Catchers!
    • 11. Podcast Subscription

      login periodically
      download the next episode

      automatically receive new content
      at intervals controlled by you
      Jargon: Podcast Streams!
    • 12. Focus

      Bells and Whistles

      Content
      (Not just because you can, but because you should!)
    • 13. Podcasting for Educators
      Podcast Creation
    • 14. Overview
      Plan
      Research & Script
      Record
      Post
      Tell
      Evaluate
    • 15. 1. Plan
    • 16. Introduction
      1/2 sentence statement
      (format, purpose, audience)
      e.g.
      (audio podcast, daily school news, for parents)
    • 17. Outline
      time
      topic/ event
      Jargon: Run Down!
    • 18. “Brand” It
      e.g.
      consistent opening & closings
      start & end with name & location
    • 19. 2. Research & Script
    • 20. Production Team
      Option 1:
      Host
      Speakers/ Actors
      Producer
      Web Master
      Jargon: Talent!
    • 21. Production Team
      Option 2:
      All in One!
    • 22. Tip
      Write (and speak) keeping in mind the audience
    • 23. 3. Record
    • 24. Tools
      PC
      Audio Software
      Microphone
      Headphones
      Server for Hosting
    • 25. Tip
      get to the point quickly
      < 15 seconds for music
    • 26. Intro/ Exit Music
      short
      start/ end cues
      set the tone
    • 27. Program Intro
      name of podcast
      date/ episode number/ etc.
      location/ author/ etc.
      name of the host
      purpose of the podcast
    • 28. Podcast Teaser
      before a short-break
      what’s coming next
    • 29. Podcast Recap
      thank listeners
      remind about the intro
      tease future podcasts
    • 30. Tips
      variety of speakers
      rate-of-speech
      interview skills coaching
      ambient-noise
      pod-safe music
    • 31. Audio Software
      Audacity
      ACIDXpress
    • 32. Pod Catchers
      i Tunes
      Windows Media Player
    • 33. Microphone
      quality
      pop-filter
      mp3 players/ smartphones
    • 34. Headphone
      while editing
      e.g. ambient noises
    • 35. 4. Post
    • 36. Host
      school server
      blog
      other systems
    • 37. 5. Tell
    • 38. Tell the World
      viral marketing
      podcast directories
      tagging
      workshops/ conferences/ articles
    • 39. Submit
      podcast directories
      e.g.
      iTunes
      iPodder.org
    • 40. Podcasting for Educators
      In Classroom
    • 41. Applications
      Curriculum Enhancement
      Promotion & News
      Research
      Professional Development
      Lessons & Support
      Field Recording
    • 42. 1. Curriculum Enhancement
      e.g.
      Reference
      Background/ Lesson Starter
      Enrichment
    • 43. 2. Promotion & News
      e.g.
      Newscasts
      Recording from Live-Events
    • 44. 3. Research
      e.g.
      collect links
      create your directory of resources
      listen and take notes
    • 45. 4. Professional Development
      e.g.
      conference presentations
    • 46. 4. Lessons & Support
      e.g.
      For students who miss class
      For students who find a lecture too fast
      For repetitive listening
    • 47. 5. Field Recording
      e.g.
      notes
      interviews
    • 48. Model Lesson
    • 49. Choosing Podcasts
      10 Questions
    • 50. Tips
      Dead Ends!
    • 51. Managing Podcasts
      e.g.
      accessing equipment
      quick-start manuals
    • 52. Evaluating Podcasts
      2 Models
    • 53. Podcasting for Educators
      Best Practices
    • 54. Podcast Directories
    • 55. Cool-Examples
      General Education
      Educational Technology
      Mathematics
      Science
      Language Arts
      Social Sciences
      Fine Arts
      Physical Education
      News & Research
      For Students by Students

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