How to Get Started Podcasting on Your Campus

For every university that has started podcasting lectures or courses, dozens have proved slow to take this step. If you’re an educator who thinks that your university should go digital at long last, you’ll want to take a look at this article appearing in The Chronicle of Higher Education. How to Podcast Campus Lectures overviews the basic questions that you’ll need to consider: What software and hardware will your school need to launch this kind of initiative? What’s the best way to get faculty involved in the project? How will students use these podcasts? What educational value will they have? And what copyright and contractual issues will your school need to consider? This piece will get you off to a good start. If you want to learn more about the nuts and bolts of making effective podcasts, spend some time with our primer: Making Your Own Podcasts: Resources to Get You Started.

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