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  • Introducing Podcasting
    Peer Coaches Career Exploration
  • What is Podcasting
    . /pdkst/, /pdkast/, U.S. /pdkæst/  [< -pod (in iPod, a trade name for an MP3 player) + -casting (in BROADCASTING n.).
        The use of the Internet to make available digital recordings of broadcasts for downloading to a computer or personal audio player.
    From the Oxford English Dictionary
  • How Does It Work?
  • Why Would Libraries Want to Use It?
    Staff Training or Professional Development
    Library Tours
    Events
    Speakers Series
    Story Telling
    Book
    Reviews
    Library Instruction
  • Listeners
  • So You Want to Podcast ?
    Plan
    Produce
    Publish
    Promote
  • Plan
  • Identify Clear Objectives
    Clearly state learning outcomes
    Think about ideas for content
    Will you be:
    Creating a lecture
    Having a conversation
    Giving people tips
    Marketing a service
    Interviewing someone
    Reenacting a scene
    “I wish I had known”
    Talking about your article from the article discussion
    Reviewing what you learned from your poster session
  • Know Your Audience
    Who is going to listen to your show?
    What do they want to hear?
    Should your voice be formal or informal?
  • Organize Before Recording
    Brainstorm ideas
    Outline
    Storyboard
    Write Scripts
  • Determine Podcast Elements
    Introduction
    Speakers
    Content
    Length
    Closing
  • Focus on the Message, not the Media
    Be creative, not boring!
    Professionalism
    Take care: copyright and fair use
    Flickr Commons
    Creative Commons
    Pdinfo
    CCMixer
  • Produce
  • Recording
    Be yourself
    Practice, practice, practice
    Redo
  • Voice
    Use
    Rhythm
    Tone
    Pitch
    Clarity
    Inflection
    Formal or informal voice
    Practice, practice, practice
    Don’t just read your script!
  • Equipment
    Headphones
    Computer
    Microphone
    Audacity
    Check out the Media Lab!
  • Publish
  • Places to Post Podcasts
    iTunes
    Podcast Alley
    Podcast Pickle
    Create an RSS feed so users can subscribe
  • Test the Results
    Does it play?
    Check sound quality
    RSS feed working?
  • Promote
  • Get your Podcast Heard
    Add your podcast to multiple lists
    Let people subscribe
    Advertise it (Facebook, Twitter, Blogs)
    Use your listeners to advertise
    Be interesting
  • Your Assignment
  • Peer Coaches Podcast
    • Topic: Career Exploration
    • Be Creative
    • Consider using topics from your article discussion or poster session
    Proposal
    Due July 15
    250 words or less
    Describe the content of your podcast
    Podcast
    Due August 5
    Post on the Peer Coaches Blog
    Length: 10 to 15 minutes