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Session # 50

Creating a Student Audience with


New Media: SFA via Podcast
Podcast
DEMO
Dr. Kathleen P. King
Fordham University
Transformation Education LLC
© 2007, King. All rights reserved. www.teacherspodcast.org
Professor & Education
Tech Developer
• Dr Kathleen P. King (Kathy)
• Fordham University
– Professor, Educator, Researcher,
Distance Learning Specialist, Adult
Learning Specialist, Podcaster
• Transformation Education LLC
– www.transformationed.com
• Transformation Education Live
– www.transformationed.com/podcast
• The Teachers’ Podcast
– www.teacherspodcast.org

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Information-on-Demand
Learning-on-Demand

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Access and Use Free
Digital Media Resources
• Timeshifting
• Placeshifting
• Information-on-demand
• Learning-on-demand

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Oklahoma Sooners Podcasting

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Access and Use Free Digital Media
Resources • iTunes- free podcast “catcher”
– Search for topics – pick--then
– See other episodes
• OR… Google search podcast + topic

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• Play on computer
• Free subscription to receive next episodes
• Mobile- take it with you
– Cable to sync
– Mp3 player – iPod -- Cell phone

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Message in their Media
• New Media
• Creating an Audience
• Options, 2/7, portable Podcast
DEMO III
Podcast
DEMO I Podcast
DEMO II

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Change Happens

Plan to evolve and grow


• With that in mind I consider 3 simple
models for podcasting configurations

Beginning,
Intermediate,
Advanced

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Basic

This diagram is reproduced with permission of authors from Podcasting for


Teachers (2007) by Dr. Kathleen P. King and Mark Gura. Charlotte, NC:
Information Age Publishing. www.infoagepub.com

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Recording Options
•$10 mic
•$30 mic
•$50 mic

•$40 inexp MP3 player


digital recorder
•$120 ( HQ digital
recorder)

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Parts

This diagram is reproduced with permission of authors from Podcasting for


Teachers (2007) by Dr. Kathleen P. King and Mark Gura. Charlotte, NC:
Information Age Publishing. www.infoagepub.com

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Intermediate

This diagram is reproduced with permission of authors from Podcasting for


Teachers (2007) by Dr. Kathleen P. King and Mark Gura. Charlotte, NC:
Information Age Publishing. www.infoagepub.com

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Approaching the SFA
Content Needs
Suggested Topics for Podcast Episodes
• 1) Aid Application Deadlines
• 2) Financial Aid Basics
• 3) Grants and Loans
• 4) Basic Financial Management
• 5) Basics of being a good borrower

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Getting on the Pod! (AIR)
Creation and Production
• Your Podcast name – brand it
• Focus on content and message
• Create your intro and exit scripts
• Select podsafe (copyright free music) or
campus song
• Have bullet points or script for “body” for
each episode
• Format ideas

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Presentation & Format
• Likely not just polished-
unless you want to project
NBC/NPR image..
• Gauge choices based on
campus culture and student
responses

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Options-
The New Media Message
• Be Creative and Personal
• Student workers as co-hosts?
• Student interviews
• SFA officer interviews
• Life talk show? Blog Talk Radio
• Special segments- Tip of the week!
Snafu to avoid! Mascot participation?

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A Cycle of Continuing
Evolution and Renewal

From
Your Voice >
Audience >

Focus

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And Your Message
Becomes More
Engaging
• Finding your voice,
• Happens through and helps to grow your
audience,
• In the process you may discover new or
additional segments to add to your format,
• Ultimately it all works in refining your focus
>> An engaging message

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Discussion

Q & A

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Resources
• Podcasting resources
– SNAPKAST (PC)
– PROFCAST (MAC)
– AUDACITY
• (ALL OSes- just record and edit)
• http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
– BLOG TALK RADIO
• Live talk show
– www.teacherspodcast.ORG
– Dr. Kathy King
• kpking@fordham.edu
© 2007, King. All rights reserved. www.teacherspodcast.org

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