Presentation on theme: "Education Services Department. 8:50 – 9:00Introductions 9:00 – 9:20Overview of Podcasting 9:20 – 9:50Steps in Production of a Podcast 9:50 – 10:20Exploration."— Presentation transcript:
8:50 – 9:00Introductions 9:00 – 9:20Overview of Podcasting 9:20 – 9:50Steps in Production of a Podcast 9:50 – 10:20Exploration on your own
To become aware of the podcast genre To be introduced to the process of creating a podcast To explore Audacity and podcasts online Disclaimer
Digital media file Designed to be played back on portable media player or computer Subscribe to podcasts via aggregator, such as Google Reader May be live or interactive but are generally designed to be used offline
They go way beyond books. They move with your students. They change the classroom. They keep you current.
Podcast Topic Podcast Format 1. Will you be doing the podcast solo or will you have other hosts? 2. What segments do you want to do (e.g. tip of the day, reviews, breaking news, interviews etc.)? 3. How long will your podcast be? 4. How often will you release new shows? 5. Will you just be talking or will you play music as well? 6. Write a script.
Choosing a location for your podcast 1. Have a place setup with your podcasting gear ready to go when you are. 2. Choose a spot that is quiet and free from distraction. 3. Make sure the room doesn't have too many echoes or too much reverberation when you record.
A PC Running Windows XP or a Mac Running OS 9 or X Soundcard Mic Input and Headphone Output on Your Computer Headphones or Headset with mic Software such as Audacity
Have your show outline ready. Plug in your microphone. Setup recording software. Hit record.
Recording Setup The Editing Tools Basic Editing and Trimming Your Audio Adjusting Levels Importing Audio and Adding Music to Your Podcast Saving Your Project and Exporting the MP3
Once you've created your first podcast, you need to prepare it for publishing and post it to the Internet. Hosting Services LibSyn.com or Hipcast.com Regular Web Hosting Services If you have a website at school, you can work with this set-up. You will need your technology department to assist.
educatedpodcasting.wikispaces.com/Resources Let’s explore. If there are questions I cannot answer, I will contact you with answers once I research the topic. Please provide emails.
Contact emails at the Education Services Department: Bly Brown firstname.lastname@example.org Kathryn Staton email@example.com