As stated above, if you can create an mp3 on your computer, you will be able to email it to EDUtalk. Other ways to post to EDUtalk currently supported are:
- iPhone Voice Memos
- Skype and Pamela
- MP3 player with built-in microphone
- iPadio for EDUtalk
In theory, I have been meaning to produce more EdCompCasts for a while now but it's been about a year since I published the last one. I have material recorded that I meant to turn into a podcast but never got around to it. The launch of EDUtalk seemed like a good excuse to give it another go and, in the spirit of EDUtalk mobile audio blogging, do something quick and simple.
As it happened, I was going to talk to some Computing Science students at Glasgow University the day after EDUtalk's launch, so I decided to record some of their questions. Today I did a minimal edit, put a top and tail on it and saved it as an mp3 file. Here it is here as an EdCompCast:
EdCompCast09Eps01 - Questions from Computing Students
In a few moments I'll email it to EDUtalk and I'll update this post as soon as I see it's been moderated.
Since it's been a while since the last EdCompCast, I thought I'd remind you how to subscribe to the podcast. I've added a button to the sidebar (second from the bottom, below the Subscribe To section which is intended for the text posts on this blog). You should see a link to iTunes that will add EdCompCast as a subscription for you.
Remember to answer the students' questions as well as letting me know what you think of EDUtalk.
Update: The audio from this post is now live on EDUtalk.