Introduction to Podcasting Workshop

Presented by: Paul Chisholm
Upper Canada District School Board
Program Resource Teacher - IT, Design & Tech, Science
Phone: 613-933-5256 Ext. 4202


Podcasting Myths
I need to have an iPod to listen to a podcast.

You can actually listen to a Podcast on any computer connected to the Internet. No iPod required!

Steps To Creating Your Own Podcast
- Record your Podcast content
- Edit your podcast content
- Convert your podcast to a .mp3 file foprmat
- Create an XML file for your RSS feed
- Publish your podcast to the Internet for all to hear

A Vision of Students Today - You Tube Video

A Vision of K-12 Students Today - You Tube Video

Pay Attention - You Tube Video

Education World iPods Resources

Podcasting in Education

UCLA Podcasting FAQ

Start Your Own Podcast

How To Podcast

Understanding the Podcasting Revolution

Thinkport - Podcasting

Jake Ludington's MediaBlab - Audacity Tutorial

Recording Sound With Audacity - Education World Techtorial

Education World - Podcasting Sites To See

Podcast 411

Creating Your Own Podcasting Shows On Windows (Click Here for PDF Version)

Making An RSS Feed

Podcasting Host Sites - Free Service

Podcasting Software Downloads

Podcasting Software (Publishing)

Instructional Technology Podcasting Resources

Learning in Hand - Podcasting


Download iTunes (Free Download)

Download Audacity (Free Download)

Easy Podcast (Free Download)

Podsafe Music Network


WildVoice Studio (Free Download)

Creative Commons

Apple Podcasting Tips

Apple Podcasts - Technical Specifications

Apple FAQs for Podcast Makers

Apple FAQs for Podcast Fans

Apple Podcasts

Podcasting Examples Podcast Directory

Microsoft Podcasts

Profile of iTunesU - Duke University

iTunesU - Duke University

Open Culture




PD To Go

Willow Web - Willowdale Elementary School

UCLA Computer Science Podcast Podcasts

Doppler Radio .NET





Get Fireant

Download Adobe Acrobat Reader

Adobe Flash Player

Download WinZip

Download Microsoft PowerPoint Player