Tag Archive: podcasting

Sep 14

#TechTipThursday: PodBean

Podcasts have been available for several years but are becoming increasingly popular in educational settings. Instead of listening to the same few songs on the radio you can enjoy a podcast for entertainment or to gain new knowledge on a plethora of topics. PodBean not only provides a platform for you to listen to your …

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Mar 29

Learning Lab Show | Ep. 9 Podcasting

In this episode, Jeff and Jenny are joined by Dr. Danette Gibbs and Ed Howarth to explore using podcasting in the classroom.  

Nov 19

#TechTipThursday: Basics of Audacity

Audacity is a free open source software that enables users to record live audio, playback, or convert recorded audio into CDs, fulfilling a variety of needs both recreational and pedagogical. Consider adding a voice recording to supplement a visual presentation on Canvas: this could be a viable option whenever unforeseen situations arise that require an instructor’s attention …

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Feb 19

5 Tips for Professional Podcasts

In this post we will look at five easy tips that will make your podcasts sound professional. In the age of information overload, it is simple for your audience to tune out or find another source. The best way to attract and keep an audience is to prepare a polished and professional sounding product. 1. …

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Feb 13

Podcasting in the Arts and Sciences 02/18/2014

Come join us for good food and great ideas! 12:15 pm on 2/18/2014 “Podcasting in the Arts and Sciences” with Danette Gibbs, Edd Howarth and Jeff Everhart Interested in creating you own scholarly podcast or implementing podcasting in one of your course? In this engaging session, we will provide you with a succinct overview of …

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