The Learning & Development Podcast: Podcasts For Learning with Shannon Martin from Podbean

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The Learning & Development podcast is hosted by our Chief Learning Officer David James. Last year at Podbean alone, we saw over 100,000 new podcasts start. I also host two podcasts, so I might be the first to give a plug to my Great Music Debate podcast.

Why You Should Consider Starting A Podcast For Your Company

SmartUp

In these shows, the hosts interview guests on any number of topics such as mindfulness, astrophysics, human conditioning, and comedy etc. A podcast hosting service – the one we use is PodBean, which has a free plan available.

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Why You Should Consider Starting A Podcast For Your Company

SmartUp

In these shows, the hosts interview guests on any number of topics such as mindfulness, astrophysics, human conditioning, and comedy etc. A podcast hosting service – the one we use is PodBean, which has a free plan available.

How to Convert Video to MP3 Using Camtasia

TechSmith Camtasia

Choose a podcast hosting service to upload your content and create an RSS feed. A couple sites to check out are PodBean and libsyn. Whether you’re a podcaster, teacher, or speaker, you may be interested in getting more value from your content by extracting the audio from a video file. Podcasts are still alive and well, and the rise in prevalence of smart phones has only helped fuel more growth.

The Edupreneurial Toolkit

Superb Learning

Plenty of tools have self-hosting options, but you need a learning platform to deliver the online courses to your audience. Look at options such as Adobe Audition or Audacity for recording and editing your audio, and host your podcasts through services such as Buzzsprout, Anchor or Podbean.

20 tools for legacy learning

Learning with 'e's

Most hosting site provide the facility for you to add audio that synchronises with your slides. Tools to look out for: Podbean, Libsyn , Audacity. I'm not going to be around for ever, and neither are you. As teachers, we only have a short time to make an impression on our students, and that time goes by very quickly. So what legacy do we leave behind when we stop teaching? Is our influence as educators solely confined to the memories of those who have sat in our classes?