Delivered as an asynchronous self-directed course with two live check-ins, the podcasting masterclass takes you from the concept stage to being prepared to undertake your own podcast project. We’ll learn about recording, editing, and sharing your work; we’ll talk about when a podcast is a good idea and when to run the other way; and we’ll think through a project plan for your podcast idea. So whether you’re sure podcasting is for you, you’re dabbling, or you’re just curious, come learn more at LT&I’s Podcasting Masterclass!
Brenna Clarke Gray
Coordinator, Educational Technologies
Brenna’s research interests include the history and future of open tenure processes, scholarly podcasting, and educational technology support as care work. She is powered primarily by righteous indignation and lattes.
Educational Technology Coordinator
Jason has been an Educator and Educational Technologist for the past 25 years. From the sketchbook page to the webpage, he creates learning experiences on the topics of Visual Practice, Educational Media, and Open Educational Resources. With a background in art, design & interaction design, he specializes in the human aspects of learning technology and the innovative use of media.