Documentation:Podcasting Basics/Resources

From UBC Wiki courses

Up and Running with Audacity

Audacity of a free, open-source audio recording and editing program available on Macs, Windows, and Linux. In this course, you learn how to start recording, mixing, and editing your own podcasts using Audacity.

Garageband Essential Training

Garageband is audio recording and editing software available on Macs and iOS devices. In this course, you will focus on the basic functions and features of Garageband to create your own podcasts.

How tos

Duncan Mchugh's slides on Audio and Podcasting

Audacity (Mac, PC) - Colin Gray from the UK has a great playlist to help you learn how to use Audacity help.
GarageBand - (Mac) Tutorial
Podcasts in Education, wiki developed for the course ETEC 510: Design of Technology-Supported Learning Environments
Podcasts in Plain English
Production Basics for Media Makers

For Students

Student Podcasting Toolkit

Music and Images: Copyright

Do you need to find copyright safe sound or images for your project? The following resources can help:

Image Sources: UBC's Copyright resource provides an excellent list of various "copyright safe" image databases and also includes some discipline specific ones as well.
Creative Commons Guide: UBC's Copyright Guide provides lists of databases for free and "copyright safe" sounds, music and video for your digital media projects. It also helps you understand Creative Commons licenses and how and why you may want to apply one to your work.
Public domain resources: this page provides an overview of what public domain is, how material in the public domain can be used, and much more, including quick tips to check if something is or is not considered public domain in Canada, as well as links to public domain sources.

Students and Copyright

Why should I care about copyright?: this student-centered guide, put together by the UBC Learning Commons team, answers questions on the subject of copyright and addresses a number of myths and misconceptions surrounding copyright.

Open Educational Resources