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Podcasting at Georgetown: Resources

This page is designed to assist faculty, staff, and students with creating podcasts by providing links to resources at the Georgetown University Library and beyond. For help at any stage in the process, please contact the Library's Gelardin New Media Center at gelardin@georgetown.edu. If you have suggestions for additional resources for this page, please contact Meg Oakley, Director, Copyright & Scholarly Communication, at meg.oakley@georgetown.edu.

Getting Started

Audio and Podcasting Projects Guide (Gelardin New Media Center)

The Art and Craft of Podcasts: Teaching, Learning, Researching (Humanities in Action webinar, October 29, 2020) 

Digital Learning Webinar: Audio & Podcasting Projects / Program handout (CNDLS / Gelardin, March 28, 2019)

Starting Your Podcast: A Guide For Students (NPR, November 15, 2018) 

Want to Start a Podcast? Read This First (NPR Training, June 19, 2018)

Planning Your Podcast

Audio and Podcasting Projects: Pre-Production (Gelardin)

How Audio Stories Begin (NPR Training, July 26, 2016)

Beyond the 5 W's: What Should You Ask before Starting a Story? (NPR Training, December 13, 2016)

Before the First Question: How to Prepare for an Audio Interview (NPR Training, October 8, 2015)

What Does a Radio Script Look Like? (NPR Training, March 9, 2015)

Copyright and Multimedia (Lauinger guide)

Recording Your Podcast

Recording and Editing Audio (Gelardin)

Audio Equipment (Lauinger)

How to Record High-Quality Audio With Your Phone (YR Media, February 26, 2015)

Field Recording (NPR Training, June 30, 2017)

Active Sound: How to Find It, Record It and Use It (NPR Training, September 29, 2015)

Editing Your Podcast

How to Mix: 8 Steps to Master the Art of Mixing Audio Stories (NPR Training, October 31, 2018) 

Recording and Editing Audio in GarageBand 10 (Gelardin video, February 28, 2018) 

Software

Sharing Your Podcast

Exporting and Sharing (Gelardin)

Assessing Podcasts and Multimedia Projects

Audio and Podcasting Rubric (Gelardin)

Assigning and Assessing Multimodal Projects (Georgetown University Writing Program)

Other Resources

Library Showcase - Podcasts (Student podcasting projects)

Additional Resources on How To Create Your Own Podcast (Gelardin)

Podcasting as a Medium for Scholarly Communication (Library)

Podcasting Workshop (Scholarly Communication Committee, April 12, 2018)

LinkedIn Learning (formerly lynda.com) (requires login with NetID and password)