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Session # 1321

Session # 1321. Podcasting: From Planning to Production   . Paul Kay. Joel Krentz . Teacher-Librarians, Toronto DSB. Session Synopsys.

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Session # 1321

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  1. Session # 1321 Podcasting: From Planning to Production    Paul Kay Joel Krentz Teacher-Librarians, Toronto DSB

  2. Session Synopsys Have you ever wondered what podcasting was all about? Are you looking to integrate podcasting into your program? Learn what is needed to start podcasting in your school and get tips on some of the best available resources. Be a part of the creation of a podcast which will be uploaded to the Super Conference website. Podcast the work your students are already doing!

  3. Overview • What are podcasts? • How can I podcast work my students are/ I am already doing? • Linking podcasts to research and inquiry • How hard is it to podcast?

  4. Overview • What do all those buttons mean? • So what do I do with it now? • In-house podcast session • How can I get started at my school?

  5. What are podcasts? • Podcast: (from “iPod” and “Broadcasting”) A method of publishing audio files to the Internet for playback on mobile devices and personal computers. Cornell University http://www.wpg.cornell.edu/iws2/technology/techinfo.cfm

  6. Podcast formats Do you remember LP’s, 45’s, cassette tapes, 8-track players, VHS, CD’s? • Podcasts are digital so they don’t have a physical presence … they exist electronically • Podcasts can be in WAV, MP3 or another electronic format

  7. Examples of Podcasts • School Event: Northlea Reads 2008 - Sisters Grimm • Class activity: Hallowe’en Charity Fundraiser - Petrifying Portable • Assignment: Healthy Eating – Cafeteria Menu - Henry Hudson PS • Announcement: Fern Food Drive - Fern Avenue PS

  8. Integrating podcasting into your program –Why Podcast?

  9. … Integrating podcasting into your program How can I podcast work my students are already doing?

  10. Demystifying the technology How hard is it to podcast?

  11. Consider … • theme music and sound effects purpose • audience • segments • creativity frequency originality hosts format

  12. To Podcast or not to podcast… Define your purpose and your audience for the podcast(s) How many segments do you want in your podcast (e.g. tip of the day, reviews, breaking news, interviews etc.)? How often will you release new shows? Will you just be talking or will you play music as well? Will you be doing the podcast solo or will you have other hosts? or come up with something completely different Be creative!

  13. Podcast Length? How long should your podcast be?

  14. Podcast Length? Your podcast should be as long as it NEEDS to be!

  15. Audacity Software • Audacity is a free, audio editing software • Takes up little disk space • Simple to use • But where do you get it? …

  16. http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download/

  17. Segment format • Let’s deconstruct the podcast for a book review: Montmorancy 1. Intro Music 2. Fade to background music 3. Promo Blurb 4. Info bit 5. Volume increase to outro Music

  18. Podcast deconstruction • This looks very confusing, what’s going on here?

  19. Elements of this podcast Track1. Here I recorded the blurb I read from the back of the book. Track 2. Here I imported an audio track as back ground. Audio tracks are come in stereo Note the change in volume in the music track

  20. Using Audacity What do all those buttons mean?

  21. Editing tools

  22. Editing tools

  23. Audio Buttons

  24. Audio Buttons

  25. Layering Audacity Audio Files • Let’s examine an Audacity audio file that has many layers - Northlea Reads 2008 • You can add and name layers: music/sound effects/audio • You can listen to and/or mute certain layers • You can manipulate the layers using the editing tools • You can change the podcast

  26. Exporting and Sharing Podcasts • So what do I do with it now? • Export as MP3 or WAV files • Attach to emails • Burn to CD/DVD • Post to websites/blogs • Upload to Podomatic, iTunes

  27. Podcast Resources • How can I get started at my school? • Where do I get help after this workshop?

  28. Podcast Resources Software How to For Music and Sound Effect sites, be sure to check ‘Terms of Use’ before downloading sound files. Music Sound Effects • Audacity (with Lame encoder) • Podcasting 101 • Freeplay Music • Freeloops • Free Sounds • Musopen!Free Public Domain Classical Music • The Recordist • PacDV Free Sound Effects

  29. Podcasting a book talk Example from Super Conference session: Grizzle Grows

  30. In-session Podcast • Be creative! • Most importantly, HAVE FUN!!

  31. Post Podcast Questions contact: paul.kay@tel.tdsb.on.ca joel.krentz@tel.tdsb.on.ca

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