[Athen] To Podcast or Not to Podcast?

Prof Norm Coombs nrcgsh at rit.edu
Wed Jul 19 13:47:35 PDT 2006


If the indecisive Hamlet were with us, he would be in a minority of people
uncertain about Podcasting. Whether it is a good idea or not, everyone and
many schools and colleges are rushing Podcasts online hoping to capitalize
on its popularity.

EASI (Equal Access to Software and Information) is producing 2 live,
interactive Web conferences on the topic.
July 27 at 2 PM Eastern is a free, 1-hour Web conference using voice chat
and text chat while also pushing Web pages to support the
presentation. This first Web conference is for people who don't know what
Podcasts are or why they might want to know about them.

In September, EASI will produce a fee-based series of 4 1-hour
presentations spread over a month:
This series on podcasting will take you through the process of creating a
podcast and publishing it to the Web. The dates for the 4 part series are:
September 12, 19, 26 and Oct. 3, all at 12 PM Eastern Daylight Time.
It will cover topics such as how to make both Podcasts and Vodcasts
accessible to users with disabilities. It will discuss how to produce this
multimedia and how to actually create a Podcast feed and how to put the
Podcasts or Vodcasts online.

You can read about both events at:

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