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Podcasting

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Podcasting Workshop                    Locations of visitors to this page

Basically, podcasting is broadcasting. A podcast is often scripted ahead, especially when working with students and then usually recorded and converted into a sound file, often in the MP3 format. Podcasts are often listened to with an IPod, where the name podcasting originated, or some other tool or mp3 player. They can also be downloaded and listened to on a computer. Podcasts can be subscribed to using RSS (really simple syndication) feeds that push out the new podcast to your aggregator and then listened to at your convenience. They are often created using something as simple as a phone call or as complex as a laptop with special microphones and mixing software. 


Pay Attention

 

 

A Vision of Students Today

 

7 Things You Should Know About Podcasting

 

What Everybody Ought to Know about Podcasting: Part ll


Podcasting - a 3 minute tutorial on what and how podcasting works

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Sites to Create Podcasts

 

Garageband

 

 

Evoca

 

Here's a quick podcast that I created with evoka:

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Gcast podcasting 101

 

 

Voki - Animated Podcasting

 

          http://www.voki.com/

    

Get a Voki now!

 


 

Sites to create vocasts (videocasts)

 

 

  • edvoicethread - Ed.VoiceThread is a web-based communications network for K-12 students and educators. Simple, powerful and safe, Ed.VoiceThread is a place for creating and collaborating on digital stories and documentaries, practicing and documenting language skills, exploring geography and culture, solving math problems, or simply finding and honing student voices. Watch an overview, visit our K-12 Pricing page, or download our K-12 brochure.

 

 


 

Aggregators

 

An aggregator collects your RSS feeds of blogs, podcasts and other resources that offer feeds. You can use aggregators for collecting updates to Del.icio.us accounts, wikis, news, forums, website updates and more.  I usually use Bloglines to collect my information but there are others too.


iTunes


Find Podcasts

 


 Online Photo sources

  • Tag Galaxy - online photo source complete with web array!
  • flickrstorm - Please use the attribution site by selecting advanced and then attribution. Give credit to those who took the picture!
  • scanR - What does scanR do?

        scanR is a service that helps you capture information contained in whiteboards, documents and business cards. scanR lets you use your mobile phone’s camera or digital camera to clean photos of whiteboards, documents and business cards, extract the printed information, and get a digital file in your email, contact manager, or fax. You can also upload snapshots of anything you want to save and share online.

 

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