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Podcasting by Ramin



A slideshow on podcasting technologies.

A slideshow on podcasting technologies.



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  • 1. Ramin.R
  • 2. What is Podcasting Podcasting is a digital recording of a radio broadcast or program that is made available on the Internet. This recording is downloaded to a digital audio file that is created, shared, and heard. Podcasts can contain a mixture of voices, music, sounds, videos and photos. Podcasts are portable or can reside on MP3 players and can go any where. Podcasts can range in length from a few minutes to a few hours.
  • 3. Two types of Podcasts One is the enhanced podcast. This podcast is an audio that includes images and URLs. They are displayed on a computer screen or a media player. 2. The other is videocast which are audio and video.
  • 4. Why use Podcasting Class Radio Show Presenting a Speech Making a Movie Community Podcast Classroom Showcase Learning Lesson Study
  • 5. Advantages in Podcasts Files can be viewed or listened to any time. You do not have to be on a computer to assess files. Podcasting is a valuable tool for students who want to review or understand lessons to improve. Audio files and videos are helpful for studying and working. Files are inexpensive. They may be uploaded to any website. With a podcast students can be contacted anytime. Podcasts do not have expiration dates
  • 6. Disadvantages in Podcasts Materials must have audio or video files to be fully accessible. Uploading files can be time-consuming. Large files require broadband connection and will be difficult for those who have slow dial-up connections. The file format might not be compatible to all MP3players and iPods. Students might produce less work because of distractions such as watching movies or listening to music.
  • 7. To make a podcast Microphone / audio recorder Editing software such as Audacity Somewhere to host the podcast Imagination / Inspiration
  • 8. There are three steps in the podcasting process. 1.An audio file is uploaded to the web. 2.An RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is uploaded to the web. 3. The pod catcher, which is an application that reads the RSS feeds, downloads the audio file.
  • 9. Create a Podcast 1.Gather hardware and software •microphone •computer(recording and editing software) •speakers •RSS feed (free online services that can create podcast feeds) 2.Decide on content such as a template, theme music, images, and text (such as an introduction, breaks, and a conclusion). Make sure you are copyright-compliant. 3. Practice until the session flows smoothly. 4. Record the podcast using the software.
  • 10.  5. Test the podcast by listening to it and share it with others. 6. Publish the podcast by linking the file to a website with an RSS feed or download manually. Share the podcast and submit on a Podcast directory service such as Podcast.net or iTunes Music Store. Podcast Alley, or Podcast Pickle. Test it so it actually works. 7. Promote the podcast by advertising within the school and encourage others to subscribe. 8. Evaluate and adjust your template. Make changes if needed.
  • 11. THANK YOU.