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.

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  1. View this published podcast / digital story (4 min 16 sec, 1.5 MB)
  2. Garageband software
  4. More images from the Oklahoma History Center on October 18, 2007
  5. The Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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