1. Deciding Podcast Topic
2. Deciding Potential Podcast Group Members
3. Deciding Podcast Format: 2 Articles and 1 Video on Podcast Types
a. Podcast Type Options (Pros + Cons)
b. Podcast Formats (Pros + Cons)
c. Choosing Podcast Type and Length
4. Writing your Podcast Script: 2 Articles on Podcast Script Writing
1. To support your podcast topic, Peer Research Tutors & Librarians are available to help you identify and locate:
2. Gather Audio Source Materials
Free Music Resources:
Audio Library is the safest YouTube channel dedicated to promote no copyright music, royalty-free music and creative commons music for content creators.
Especially if your podcast will be showcased beyond your classmates, you will want to make sure that you inform everyone participating in your podcast that it will be available publicly, and that they should provide consent to have their voice published in this way. Podcast participants may sign a virtual DocuSign form or print out a physical copy of an Individual Recording Release Form and sign it. You may then submit these forms to the professor and/or professional staff supporting the project.
1. Recording Permission Form on Docusign
2. Individual Recording Release Form
3. Participants may also give oral consent during interviews.
Google Shared Drives can serve as a really helpful space to store and organize all relevant media for your podcast. From research and scripts to audio recordings and metadata, it’s best to keep all of these materials in a central location like Google Shared Drives where you, the professor, and professional staff can all collaborate.
Read more about Shared Google Drives here:
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