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Documentation on Podcasts

Creating Enhanced Podcasts

  • Enhanced podcast is an audio podcast that can display images simultaneously with audio.
  • PowerPoint presentations on a Mac computer can be converted into enhance podcasts using ProfCast.
  • Enhanced podcasts can be created "from scratch" using the Garage Band software bundled as part of iLife on new Apple computers.

Articles on Podcasting

Recommended Podcasts to Watch

 Launch the iTunes application on your computer and go to the iTunes Store

  • In the search field, at the iTunes Store, enter "Donna Eyestone." This will take you to Donna's excellent podcast, Educational Podcasts.
  • Do another search on "Grammar Girl" to hear one of the most popular and entertaining educational podcasts available.
  • Check out Grammar Girl's episode on how to properly cite podcasts in a research paper.
  • Search for "CSULB" to find podcasts which originated at California State University, Long Beach.
To schedule a consultation or for more information, please contact:
Walter Gajewski, Instructional Multimedia Coordinator, (562) 985-2266, LA 1, Room 107.

Making Podcasting Accessible (ADA compliant)

There are ways of making podcasts more accessible. Accessibility makes your content available or easier to access for everyone, including people with disabilities. Taking steps to make podcasts more accessible is good design practice and also complies with the Federal ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) guidelines.

  • Create your podcast as a web page with links to the audio (or video) files and links to the PDF files. The CSULB TechTips podcast follows this practice.
  • Also make you video podcast as a web page with FLASH (YouTube style) video that includes synchronized closed captioning.
  • Include captioning as part of the video you publish in your video podcasts (vodcasts). Instructions on how to accomplish this with Quicktime Pro are provided by podcasting guru Donna Eyestone as episode 43 of her podcast "Educational Podcasts." To view this informative episode, launch iTunes, click on the iTunes Store and enter Donna Eyestone in the search field.

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