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1 Learning and Teaching Services Hands On Podcasting Spotlight 2008 Mark Morley – CiLASS/CiCS Graham McElearney - LeTS

2 Learning and Teaching Services Today’s session – overview of the podcasting process Planning your podcast Notes on Good Practice Audio recording using Audacity Uploading your podcast to the University of London Computing Centre Podcast Service

3 Learning and Teaching Services Planning your podcast – uses in learning and teaching (I) Recording of lectures or special events e.g. outside speakers Providing a précis or re-cap of the weeks lectures or activities Subject expert interviews Assisting auditory learners, and/or providing for a variety of learning styles, Accessibility Specific “listening practice” for certain disciplines e.g. heart sounds in medicine, speech/phonetics, language learning

4 Learning and Teaching Services Planning your podcast – uses in learning and teaching (II) Lecturers providing group feedback on assignments Students creating podcasts in a various contexts Submitting oral reports and/or other assignments Students capturing audio data as part of inquiry based learning Students engaging in other forms of creative activities

5 Learning and Teaching Services Planning your podcast – structure and format Establish your aims and objectives at beginning of series and/or each episode Introduce yourself Let the students know what they are expected to do during or after the podcast Consider adhering to a “format” if you are creating a series Consider use of music, interviews etc to add variety

6 Learning and Teaching Services Activity – Planning your podcast Use the supplementary sheet provided to plan your podcast

7 Learning and Teaching Services Good Practice for Podcasting – audio Bit-rates MP3 files use compression to achieve small file sizes Speech Only – set to 64 kbps Music – set to 128 Kbps See Section in Audacity guide

8 Learning and Teaching Services Good Practice for Podcasting – archiving your work : Always save your work regularly in Audacity Archive your work as uncompressed WAV (see section 4.1 in Audacity guide)

9 Learning and Teaching Services Good Practice for Podcasting – using the ULCC Podcasting Service Upload your material to the ULCC server NOT MOLE, cPanel or CMS See “Using the ULCC Podcasting Service” document for details

10 Learning and Teaching Services Audio recording using Audacity – things to do today (I) Start Audacity (2.1) Record a short piece and listen back (3.1, 3.2) Check your recording level (3.3 NOT 4) Save your work (3.4) Experiment with editing options (3.5)

11 Learning and Teaching Services Audio recording using Audacity – things to do today (I) Add additional audio if you wish (3.6 – 3.8) Archive your recording as uncompressed WAV (4.1) Export as MP3 (4.2) Set Bit-rate (4.2.2) Export MP3 (4.2.3)

12 Learning and Teaching Services Upload your podcast to the ULCC server Make sure course giver has your address Log into server (2) Create Feed (3) Add Items (4) View feed, copy to MOLE course (5)


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