This podcast is a 17 minute screencast of the procedures required to use a distributed recording method (cell phone audio recording on-site at a museum for a student field trip via Gabcast) along with a client-based software program for digital storytelling (Garageband) to create a podcast sharing student voices.
- View this published podcast / digital story (4 min 16 sec, 1.5 MB)
- Garageband software
- More images from the Oklahoma History Center on October 18, 2007
- The Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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