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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