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  • Podcasting has become a very popular topic, there’s been a lot of interest, it has become the word of the year. When we use the word “subscribe”, there’s not a fee associated with the subscription. We’re using the word subscribe to have something selectively delivered to you and in this case audio or video content. And once you have subscribed to this content and it’s come down to your machine, you are then able to sync it to a device, like an iPod.
  • Podcasting has become a very popular topic, there’s been a lot of interest, it has become the word of the year. When we use the word “subscribe”, there’s not a fee associated with the subscription. We’re using the word subscribe to have something selectively delivered to you and in this case audio or video content. And once you have subscribed to this content and it’s come down to your machine, you are then able to sync it to a device, like an iPod.
  • Podcasting has become a very popular topic, there’s been a lot of interest, it has become the word of the year. When we use the word “subscribe”, there’s not a fee associated with the subscription. We’re using the word subscribe to have something selectively delivered to you and in this case audio or video content. And once you have subscribed to this content and it’s come down to your machine, you are then able to sync it to a device, like an iPod.
  • Podcasting has become a very popular topic, there’s been a lot of interest, it has become the word of the year. When we use the word “subscribe”, there’s not a fee associated with the subscription. We’re using the word subscribe to have something selectively delivered to you and in this case audio or video content. And once you have subscribed to this content and it’s come down to your machine, you are then able to sync it to a device, like an iPod.
  • Podcasting has become a very popular topic, there’s been a lot of interest, it has become the word of the year. When we use the word “subscribe”, there’s not a fee associated with the subscription. We’re using the word subscribe to have something selectively delivered to you and in this case audio or video content. And once you have subscribed to this content and it’s come down to your machine, you are then able to sync it to a device, like an iPod.



  • Before we get into how podcasting works, it’s important to look at a technology known as RSS.
    or Rich Site Summary. RSS is really nice because it allows you to choose what information you want to receive and get new content when it becomes available. It can be used to distribute files and this is where podcasting come in. You may have seen this icons for RSS or little orange xml icons which links to these feeds which come out of the website.
  • Before we get into how podcasting works, it’s important to look at a technology known as RSS.
    or Rich Site Summary. RSS is really nice because it allows you to choose what information you want to receive and get new content when it becomes available. It can be used to distribute files and this is where podcasting come in. You may have seen this icons for RSS or little orange xml icons which links to these feeds which come out of the website.
  • Before we get into how podcasting works, it’s important to look at a technology known as RSS.
    or Rich Site Summary. RSS is really nice because it allows you to choose what information you want to receive and get new content when it becomes available. It can be used to distribute files and this is where podcasting come in. You may have seen this icons for RSS or little orange xml icons which links to these feeds which come out of the website.
  • Before we get into how podcasting works, it’s important to look at a technology known as RSS.
    or Rich Site Summary. RSS is really nice because it allows you to choose what information you want to receive and get new content when it becomes available. It can be used to distribute files and this is where podcasting come in. You may have seen this icons for RSS or little orange xml icons which links to these feeds which come out of the website.
  • Before we get into how podcasting works, it’s important to look at a technology known as RSS.
    or Rich Site Summary. RSS is really nice because it allows you to choose what information you want to receive and get new content when it becomes available. It can be used to distribute files and this is where podcasting come in. You may have seen this icons for RSS or little orange xml icons which links to these feeds which come out of the website.
  • Before we get into how podcasting works, it’s important to look at a technology known as RSS.
    or Rich Site Summary. RSS is really nice because it allows you to choose what information you want to receive and get new content when it becomes available. It can be used to distribute files and this is where podcasting come in. You may have seen this icons for RSS or little orange xml icons which links to these feeds which come out of the website.
  • Before we get into how podcasting works, it’s important to look at a technology known as RSS.
    or Rich Site Summary. RSS is really nice because it allows you to choose what information you want to receive and get new content when it becomes available. It can be used to distribute files and this is where podcasting come in. You may have seen this icons for RSS or little orange xml icons which links to these feeds which come out of the website.
  • Before we get into how podcasting works, it’s important to look at a technology known as RSS.
    or Rich Site Summary. RSS is really nice because it allows you to choose what information you want to receive and get new content when it becomes available. It can be used to distribute files and this is where podcasting come in. You may have seen this icons for RSS or little orange xml icons which links to these feeds which come out of the website.
  • In the web browser Safari, you know when there is an RSS feed or not because of the blue RSS
    square in the upper right hand corner. If you click on that, you are able to subscribe or get a preview of the RSS feed coming from that page.
  • RSS feeds allow you to see headlines and summaries of articles on that page so you can at a glance be able to see what’s new. Safari is great for accessing text based RSS feeds.
    If you want to be able to subscribe to RSS feed with audio or video associated with it, you can subscribe to that inside of iTunes.


  • The iTunes Store has a built in podcast directory (including a K-12 category) that offers over 100,000 podcasts from people creating audio and video RSS feeds that you can subscribe to in your own iTunes Library. For example, NPR podcasts the story of the day, so if you wanted to receive the story of the day, every single day, you just hit the subscribe button and automatically iTunes would keep an eye on that feed and everytime a new article is added to it you automatically receive it in your iTunes and you can sync it to your ipod.
  • Inside of your iTunes Library is a folder just for podcasts.
    This is where your podcasts are stored until you are ready to either listen to them on your computer or sync them with your iPod for access on the go.
  • An enhanced feature that was added to podcasting in June of 2005 is an enhanced audio file format. With this file format, you can actually create “chapters” inside of a longer audio piece.
    There are corresponding images that go along with the audio. It provides a great visual reinforcement to the audio content, but it allows for navigating easier through a podcast.
    This is a great way to create a learning tool that provides textual, visual, and audio support for the content that your students are listening to.
  • Now that you’ve had a chance to explore podcasts potentially for your professional development and/or your student’s access, now let’s take a look at other ways in which podcasts are being created. Share resources from Google. Podcast examples.

  • So when you look at creating a podcast, it’s really three easy steps. First of all you can author or create a project. All the programs needed to do this come built right in on a Mac and work together easily.
    This evening you’ll be working with Garageband, iPhoto, iTunes, iWeb, which make up the ILife Suite. So when you are finished, you can upload your file to either Mobile Me, Mac Server, or ftp to the State K-12 network server. And then students, teachers, faculty, parents, and community members who may want to access that content can download through iTunes, sync to an iPod and have access on the go!
  • Now that you have the big idea, let’s look at the nuts and bolts and how to create a professional looking podcast with an instructional purpose. I’m first going to ask for you attention a few more minutes so I can walk you through the technical features of Garage band and how quick and easy it is to pull together a podcast.
    Then you’ll be given the rest of this evening to experience hands-on creating your own podcast.





  • Ell Podcast

    1. 1. Podcasting for Authentic Learning May 12, 2009 Lori Roe Instructional Technology Specialist
    2. 2. What is Podcasting?
    3. 3. What is Podcasting? • A combination of the words iPod and broadcasting
    4. 4. What is Podcasting? • A combination of the words iPod and broadcasting • A way for people to be able to selectively subscribe to audio or video content over the Internet.
    5. 5. What is Podcasting? • A combination of the words iPod and broadcasting • A way for people to be able to selectively subscribe to audio or video content over the Internet. • This content can then be added to a mobile device, like an iPod.
    6. 6. What is Podcasting? • A combination of the words iPod and broadcasting • A way for people to be able to selectively subscribe to audio or video content over the Internet. • This content can then be added to a mobile device, like an iPod.
    7. 7. What is Podcasting? • A combination of the words iPod and broadcasting • A way for people to be able to selectively subscribe to audio or video content over the Internet. • This content can then be added to a mobile device, like an iPod.
    8. 8. By definition:
    9. 9. By definition: A series of digital media files made available for download via web syndication. The syndication aspect of the delivery is what differentiates podcasts from other files that are accessed by simple download or by stream.
    10. 10. By definition: A series of digital media files made available for download via web syndication. The syndication aspect of the delivery is what differentiates podcasts from other files that are accessed by simple download or by stream.
    11. 11. By definition: A series of digital media files made available for download via web syndication. The syndication aspect of the delivery is what differentiates podcasts from other files that are accessed by simple download or by stream. An RSS feed icon, commonly used to indicate the Web feed for a podcast
    12. 12. RSS Really Simple Syndication
    13. 13. RSS Really Simple Syndication • Format for syndicating content from the Internet
    14. 14. RSS Really Simple Syndication • Format for syndicating content from the Internet • Choose what information to receive
    15. 15. RSS Really Simple Syndication • Format for syndicating content from the Internet • Choose what information to receive • Get new content when it becomes available
    16. 16. RSS Really Simple Syndication • Format for syndicating content from the Internet • Choose what information to receive • Get new content when it becomes available • Can be used to distribute files
    17. 17. RSS Really Simple Syndication • Format for syndicating content from the Internet • Choose what information to receive • Get new content when it becomes available • Can be used to distribute files
    18. 18. RSS Really Simple Syndication • Format for syndicating content from the Internet • Choose what information to receive • Get new content when it becomes available • Can be used to distribute files
    19. 19. RSS Really Simple Syndication • Format for syndicating content from the Internet • Choose what information to receive • Get new content when it becomes available • Can be used to distribute files
    20. 20. RSS Really Simple Syndication • Format for syndicating content from the Internet • Choose what information to receive • Get new content when it becomes available • Can be used to distribute files
    21. 21. Enhanced Audio Targeted Learning
    22. 22. Podcasting in the Classroom Let’s take a look at what 21st century learners are doing?
    23. 23. Podcasting K-12 Student Produced Kindergarten - ELL Storytelling Fourth Grade - Friends Chinese Lighthouse - Language Acquisition Middle School- ELL Interviews High School - Inauguration Teacher Produced - Chinese Language Other
    24. 24. Work Flow Create Distribute Access Project File downloaded File and RSS Authored and accessed uploaded
    25. 25. Nuts and Bolts Identify purpose Plan/Storyboard Scriptwriting Photos Music/Jingles Record or Import Voice Narrations
    26. 26. Let’s create a podcast!
    27. 27. Polishing and Publishing • Save as a GB file • Send to iTunes • Send to iWeb • Export to Disk
    28. 28. iWeb • Has user friendly templates • Easily creates RSS feed • Publish to Mobile Me • Save to folder • Built in FTP to Public Server
    29. 29. Access to all Information & Materials Lori.Roe@cape.k12.de.us http://www.slideshare.net/lroe/ell-podcast

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