I’ve been asked about the podcasting equipment setup and software that we use on the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast. After 220 episodes in one year and over 430K downloads, we’ve settled on a configuration we like. In this post, I’ll share the setup and help you get started.
Excellent advice from a veteran teacher (and podcaster) Vicki Davis.
Podcasting sparks imagination, creativity, and builds listening skills. Just about any teacher with a smartphone and an internet connection can have their students podcasting quickly!
Listening, thinking, writing, creating — all wrapped up in a podcasting final product.
The Journal Article Review Process
Wednesday, 11/30/16, 2pm EST
- Ray Rose, Rose & Smith Associates; Texas Distance Learning Association
- Leanna Archambault, Arizona State University
- Michael Barbour, Touro University
- Jered Borup, George Mason University
- Susan Lowes, Columbia University
No registration is required. Attendees are encouraged to participate in our webinar sessions using the text chat window. We also encourage attendees to chat on Twitter using #MVLRIchat.
Introduction to Podcasting. A MOOC presented by the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas, University of Texas at Austin. To Register: http://journalismcourses.org/ITP16.html
Introduction to Podcasting begins today (11/14/16). If you have a voice and a message you want to get out, why not join this (free) MOOC. Register now: http://journalismcourses.org/ITP16.html
The four-week course “Introduction to Podcasting: Creation, Development and Distribution Strategies” is free and open to anyone. It starts on November 14 and ends on December 11.
This massive open online course (MOOC) will focus on topics such as:
- Podcasting in general
- Starting a podcast
- Podcast formats (storytelling and talk show style)
- Planning and scripting episodes
- Technical aspects
- Marketing and best practices for audio recording
- Launching a podcast
I just signed up! This course appeals to me as writer and an online educator. Think about it.
On this episode of the Professional Adjunct Podcast, we discuss time management strategies for faculty, particularly those who teach online.
I found that working from my home office was twice as efficient as working at school. With strong time management skills you can get more done with the time you have. Need some tips? Listen to this podcast!
Today marks the first episode of the Professional Adjunct Podcast here on Faculty Focus. The podcast is produced and hosted by Jim and Beth Harger. They will have a new podcast for you every Friday.
Welcome to the Professional Adjunct podcast. On this episode, we take a look at an article by Rob Kelly, “Six Tips for Preparing Your Online Course,” published by Faculty Focus on January 16th, 2015. In this discussion, we apply these tips to a course prep checklist.
Here’s the debut podcast from Faculty Focus. This podcast comes with useful checklists you can download. Now is the time to get organized!