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The Virtual Staffroom
It's a new way that ABC can automatically send you some of our radio programming to your portable device. To do this, you subscribe to the podcast by downloading a small piece of software that manages all of your podcast subscriptions. When connected to the internet, the software searches for the latest edition of the program on our website, and will download it to a folder on your computer, ready for when you next plug in your portable mp3 device. This means that you don't have to manually search for new programs to download on this website. It happens automatically!
Link added August 15 ,2006
|The PodLounge : podcasting directory : blog|
With 31,866 Podcasts listed and constantly growing we are fast becoming one of the most popular podcasting resources on the internet. Browse our podcasts by category to find the content you want, join the podcast discussion forums to talk about all things podcasting or register now to keep track of your favourite podcasts in My PodLounge. Know of a podcast that we don't have? - be sure to add it here.
Link added August 10 ,2006
Podcasts designed to bring you what is new and interesting with technology and its uses in learning and teaching at Palomar College.
Take a look at: Beyond Text: using your voice online link added May 27 2006
December 23, 2005
|Podcasting from your personal UoB website
It is now possible to set up podcasting quite simply from your personal web space on the staff and student server, http://velorum.ballarat.edu.au.
Download the application file (a small PHP script and test MP3 file)
using this link: ubpodcaster.zip
The installation instructions are at this link: Podcasting_Setup_Notes.pdf
It is illegal to make available for podcasting any material in which you don't own the copyright or for which you don't have copyright release. Essentially, this service is provided to enable you to distribute spoken material that you have recorded yourself. For detailed copyright information visit www.ballarat.edu.au/copyright.
It is your responsibility to ensure that no material that infringes copyright is podcast. If we identify infringements the offending material will be deleted and your web account may be cancelled. Under no circumstances can commercially recorded music be made available via this service.
Thanks to Ian Wright for this information and for providing the script and instructions.
is a method of subscribing to radio programs and backyard podcasters using the
Internet. Radio National
and Triple J
are making a range of programs available via Podcast servers. The following
Radio National programs are available for podcast:
All In The Mind, Background Briefing, Books and Writing, The Deep End, The Health Report, Late Night Live, The Law Report, Life Matters, The Media Report, The Night Air, Ockham's Razor, The Religion Report, The Science Show, The Spirit of Things, The Sports Factor, Street Stories.
For information on subscribing to Radio National visit: http://www.abc.net.au/rn/podcast/default.htm
Triple J also has podcasts available my favourite is Dr Karl for a list of programs available from Triple J see: http://www.abc.net.au/triplej/listen/podcast.htm
There are many other podcasts available on the Internet for a list of some other recommended sites see: http://www.podcastawards.com/
Podcasts are usually in MP3 format, which means you can play them on a computer or Notebook or portable MP3 player such as an Ipod. It is also possible to burn audio CD-ROM’s from MP3 Podcasts or to purchase a specialised CD player that will play MP3 files. To subscribe to podcasts I recommend a program called Ipoder available from http://ipodder.sourceforge.net/
For more information visit the Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Podcasting
Programs I use in creating my Podcasts:
The Free, Cross-Platform Sound Editor
Audacity is free, open source software for recording and editing sounds. It is available for
Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux, and other operating systems.
Audacity 1.2.4 is a new stable version of Audacity, the free audio
If you want to listen to podcasts, this program is for you. Juice is the premier podcast receiver, allowing users to capture and listen to podcasts anytime, anywhere.
Juice continues to offer unique features:
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Podcast for the "Casting the Net" Learnscope Project.
Casting the Net Podcast - 16th of December 2005
Link added February 2, 2006
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