Session # 1321. Podcasting: From Planning to Production . Paul Kay. Joel Krentz . Teacher-Librarians, Toronto DSB. Session Synopsys.
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From Planning to Production
Teacher-Librarians, Toronto DSB
Have you ever wondered what podcasting was all about? Are you looking to integrate podcasting into your program? Learn what is needed to start podcasting in your school and get tips on some of the best available resources. Be a part of the creation of a podcast which will be uploaded to the Super Conference website. Podcast the work your students are already doing!
A method of publishing audio files to the Internet for playback on mobile devices and personal computers.
Do you remember LP’s, 45’s, cassette tapes,
8-track players, VHS, CD’s?
- Sisters Grimm
- Petrifying Portable
- Henry Hudson PS
- Fern Avenue PS
How can I podcast work my students
are already doing?
How hard is it to podcast?
Define your purpose and your audience for the podcast(s)
How many segments do you want in your podcast (e.g. tip of the day, reviews, breaking news, interviews etc.)?
How often will you release new shows?
Will you just be talking or will you play music as well?
Will you be doing the podcast solo or will you have other hosts?
or come up with something completely different
should your podcast be?
should be as long as it
NEEDS to be!
1. Intro Music
2. Fade to background music
3. Promo Blurb 4. Info bit
5. Volume increase to outro Music
Track1. Here I recorded the blurb
I read from the back of the book.
Track 2. Here I imported an audio
track as back ground.
Audio tracks are come in stereo
Note the change in volume in the music track
What do all those buttons mean?
Example from Super Conference session: