On Friday the 27th March I gave a couple of online presentations (conferences) for the MoLeNET programme.
So you’ve been making podcasts, how do you publish them, how do you get them out there, how do your learners subscribe to them? Covering more than just iTunes with a look at a range of technologies that allow you to distribute your podcasts.
A few of the links we talked about in the presentation.
e-Learning Stuff Podcast – this is the podcast of this blog. You can also access the iTunes Store link for the e-Learning Stuff Podcast
Juice Podcast Software is an application which just downloads podcasts, available for Windows, OS X and Linux
There are various blogging sites out there includingBlogger, WordPress.com. If you have your own server you can install the WordPress software yourself from WordPress.org
Feedburner allows you to enhance and enrich an RSS feed from say WordPress.
Switchpod is a podcast hosting service, which will automatically generate a podcast RSS feed.
New College Swindon created a podcast server using Episode and OS X Server.
QIA learning object on podcasting
Audioboo.fm/ is a new audio recording and publishing service for the iPhone.