Taking a classroom online is hard.
You've designed your lessons for a in-person experience and now you need to take it online. How can you get your lectures into the hands of your students without trying to record video or coordinating a meeting time?
How to do help students who don't have a ton of bandwidth for video or might not always be connected to the internet?
Turning your lectures into a podcast is the answer.
Podcasts are super portable, easily distributed, and a lot of bandwidth or persistent internet connection. They let you talk to your students, emphasis the important parts, and deliver you lecture as you intended.
Learn how to take your lectures and turn them into a podcast in this webinar. Your hosts, Joe Casabona and Chris Badget, will cover:
What a podcast is
Why a podcast is a great format for your lectures
Ways to record your podcast easily (and affordably)
How long the podcast should be
Keeping your podcast private (if you want)
Taking your podcast to the next level
Engaging with students
About the Hosts
Joe Casabona is a college professor, author, course developer, and podcaster. Joe started freelancing in 2002, and has been a teacher at the college level for over 10 years. His passion in both areas drove him to create courses for The University of Scranton, LinkedIn Learning, and his own community of business owners. Today, he helps people tell their stories through podcasts and video.
Chris Badget is the Founder & CEO of LifterLMS. Chris started learning about online education on a glacier in Alaska. He's created courses on everything from organic gardening to woodworking. He is passionate about helping other entrepreneurial educators find success and create impact.