This podcast is a recording of my first presentation (of 5) at the Learning 2.0 conference in Shanghai, China, in September 2007. This session focuses on what can and needs to be done to safely publish a podcast for interactive feedback. The official conference description of this session was: Once you have created a podcast, now what? This workshop addresses issues relating to podcast hosting, bandwidth, options for creating and managing feeds, as well as copyright / intellectual property issues. Portable recorders and additional equipment for in-the-field and more sophisiticated podcasting are also addressed. This is a session for people familar with podcasts and the process of creating them, but wanting more information about sharing podcasts and managing podcasting projects at a building or district level.
- Referenced links from this session (on wikispaces)
- Referenced links from this session (on PBwiki)
- The K-12 Online Conference
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