Jun 21, 2012
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Irving K Barber Learning Centre - Fraser River Room 2.27
Facilitator(s): Duncan McHugh
Currently registered: 14/16
Brought to you by: CTLT
Storytelling is a powerful way to share academic work with a general audience and to approach your work in a new way. Creating audio pieces used to require a studio and expensive equipment, but—today—anyone with a computer can create broadcast quality audio This hands-on workshop will introduce you to audio recording and editing, show you how to set up a podcast, and give you some basics for scripting and interviewing.
By the end of the workshop participants will have:
- Examined and discussed examples of innovative uses of audio to support teaching and learning.
- Gained hands-on experience of creating simple audio clips.
- Explored the issues surrounding the effective use of audio in learning and teaching.
- Reflected on how they might effectively use audio within their own practice.