Podcasting with GarageBand for Teachers
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Podcasting with GarageBand for Teachers

This course is for faculty who want to incorporate Podcasting technology into their courses to increase engagement.
4.2 (14 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
184 students enrolled
Created by Quinto Martin
Last updated 8/2013
English
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Examine the different types of Podcasts
  • Examine and understand the Garageband Application
  • Plan a podcast and learn to use a storyboard
  • Arrange and edit media elements in a Podcast
  • Integrate multiple applications (PhotoBooth, iPhoto, Internet) to enhance the Podcast creation
  • Record, Edit, and share an enhanced Podcast with voice, images, and URLs to engage students
  • Discover the iTunes Application and how it can be used with a Podcast
  • Discover ways to use Podcasts for engagement
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Requirements
  • MAC computer with microphone
  • Knowledge of MAC OSX
  • Photo Booth (included with MAC OSX)
  • Ilife Suite (Included with all new MACs)(garageband, iPhoto etc.)
  • QuickTime Player for the MAC ( included withMac OS X v10.6 and later)
  • iTunes (included with OSX)
Description

In this Course you will be introduced to Podcasting with Garageband. 


The structure of the course is laid so that you start from beginning to end on the process of planning, asset gathering, recording, editing, and finally sharing your podcast.

Who is the target audience?
  • Highere Ed Faculty
  • K-12 Faculty
  • Students
  • Anyone interested in the process of Podcast creation
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Curriculum For This Course
20 Lectures
01:09:58
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Introduction to the Course
1 Lecture 07:50
This introductory video will go over what it is that you will learn in this the course. 
Preview 07:50
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Ways to use Podcasts in Teaching
1 Lecture 02:47

This is a short presentation on the ways to use Podcasts in the classroom and as assignments for learners.

Preview 02:47
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Overview of Podcasts
3 Lectures 04:58
Video Overview of an audio podcast and how to find other podcasts in iTunes and on the web.
Audio Podcasts
01:44

This video shows and describes the video podcast.
Video Podcast
01:15

This is an example of an enhanced podcast and the ability to show multiple images along with the addition of URLs in the podcast.
Enhanced Podcast
01:59
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Planning A Podcast
2 Lectures 11:38

This presentation will walk you through the planning stage of writing your podcast script. It will give  you a base to follow as a guideline when you sit down to write the script.


I have also included a Grading Rubric in the supplemental materials section to be used as a base guideline for assessing the Planning Process.

Writing the Script Guidelines
02:19

In this video I walk you through the process of planning and show you how to use good file management , plan the storyboard and so on.
Gathering assets
09:19
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Importing and arranging Media inside GarageBand
6 Lectures 34:08
A brief overview of how to launch the application, setup an initial Podcast template, and go over the layout of the interface.
GarageBand Interface Brief Overview
04:07

In this video I show you how to follow the storyboards and import your images from your hard drive.
Bringing in the Media
02:03

This video covers the initial recording and editing of mistakes. It also gives a tip about recording and encountering mistakes.
1st Recording
08:16

We further the explore the addition of adding loops into the podcast. We touch on volume and a process called "Ducking" to help us automatically reduce the background music.
Adding in Background Music
07:50

This video demonstrates how to properly add in the URLs for an enhanced Podcast.
Adding in the URLS
07:13

After all of your hard work, we finally get to export the podcast so that we can share it with others.

I have also included an Overall Podcast Grading Rubric in the supplemental materials section to be used as a base guideline for assessing the entire podcast production.
Exporting your podcast
04:39
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Advanced Techniques / Tips
7 Lectures 08:37
Using the solo button allow you to single out a track for editing or recording of new material inside a garageband project.
Using solo to record or edit additional Tracks
01:44

There is a built in Notepad inside GarageBand that can help you take notes, make changes and other things with ease.
Using Notes in garageband
00:35

You can easily add a robotic voice or reverb to your tracks using effects. Check it out and experiment!
Adding and effect to a track
01:04

Using the automation button, you will be able to adjust the volume track over a period of time for varied effects end editing purposes.
Adjusting the track volume using automation
01:38

Sometimes the images you use for the Podcast track have a different aspect ratio other than square. Use the Artwork Editor to adjust the cropping.
Adjusting the Podcast Image
01:10

There are to actions in the Track menu (fade, and Join clip) that allow you some extra efficiency in your editing.
Using extras in the Track Menu
00:59

This is a quick overview of iPhoto. We import and make an event for our image files. We then use Garageband to import them.

iPhoto Brief
01:27
About the Instructor
Quinto Martin
4.2 Average rating
14 Reviews
184 Students
1 Course
Creative technical problem solver, teacher, trainer, developer in E-learning and Media Development

Ø  Successful Teacher / Artist / Technologist / Instructional Designer / Faculty Developer / Multimedia Designer

Ø  Online teaching, collaboration and delivery experience with the ability to work independently or on a team.

Ø  Experienced in addressing diverse learners and fostering an online community.

Ø  Experience in both teaching and development with various LMS

Ø  Sharing knowledge through a wide range of skills that draw from all parts of experience to integrate creativity, media, and technology in a practical and fresh perspective.

Ø  Training & Supporting faculty and students in their classrooms to help integrate technology into their teaching and assignments.

Ø  Experienced in Video editing / lighting / coloring / with creative incorporation of video into teaching & learning materials.

Ø  Developed Artwork/Design on over 22 Published Video Game Titles for the PC/ Console Market that has helped with integrating creativity in work and the classroom.

Ø  Ability to recommend and implement multimedia technology into Faculty Pedagogy and online course integration.

Ø Proven ability to adapt, adopt, and integrate solutions in any environment efficiently and creatively.
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