PODCASTING. Basics for Teachers Record, edit, and link podcasts. SESSION ONE. What do you think?. What is podcasting?. Digital or audio files that are made available to download from the Web syndication The difference between a podcast and a typical download is the syndication
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Basics for Teachers
Record, edit, and link podcasts
What do you think?
Digital or audio files that are made available to download from the Web syndication
The difference between a podcast and a typical download is the syndication
Syndication allows for the recognition of new files and automatic downloads
Let’s look at some examples of podcasts
Podcasting is cheap
Podcasting invites a global audience
Podcasting encourages no-frills communication
Podcasting is digital storytelling
Podcasting provides a window into the classroom
Podcasting can be interactive
Podcasting can be creative and fun
Discovering how to podcast with…
Format to mp3
As I demonstrate, refer to your “Audacity How To Steps” handout.
How do you get your podcast on the teacher website?
Create a host website (We will use mypodcast.com )
Link podcast page on your Teacher Page
Direct students to subscribe to podcast
The first step is to create your podcast host site.
Go to http://www.mypodcast.com/
Now when students go to your teacher page, they will see a link to your podcasts.
Students can now subscribe to your podcasts
Thanks for your attention and your participation.
Please fill out an evaluation form of these sessions.
Pick up a resource list before you leave.
* End of semester survey to share how you have used podcasting
* Optional session next week: Bring script in and we will record, edit, and post together