April 9, 2009


Well, I have been playing around with the idea of podcasts for some time now.  I finally figured out how to use them in a meaningful way...here is a short clip of the first Pow-Wow mix my students ever made...they did it in about 15 minutes.  Now, I can either embed a player for everyone to listen to...like here - 

Or...I can embed it to be downloaded (or so I think).  This would mean that other students could download songs (or even videos) we created and play them in their ipods.  Am I right? Any input would be greatly appreciated...Eldon, if you read this I'm looking at you.

Download this episode (right click and save)


  1. Well, Ryan, I'm sure Eldon can elaborate on this, but I'm also interested in publishing podcasts so here is what I've found. You have to do this through the Itunes store, click on the "podcasts" link in the menu to the left and then find "submit podcast" in the centre of the page. These two sites may help http://podcastingscout.com/how-to-submit-your-podcast-to-itunes-music-store


    I hope this helps. Let us know if it works as I will be working on podcasts with my classes after the holidays.


  2. Gary and I tried uploading to itunes but it became complicated. I think with the program I am using now (podbean) it allows you to store podcasts online to be downloaded. I tried downloading the link above and it saves as an MP3 so that is quite handy.