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Podcasting: Virtual Collaboration

This guide provides information about getting started with podcasting in programs like Audacity and GarageBand.

Collaborating Virtually

How to Collaborate Virtually

Communicate Clearly

  • Choose 1 platform to communicate for the duration of your project
    • Slack, Email, Text, Chat, Shared documents, or even Zotero for research papers

Make a Plan

  • Divide Tasks evenly among the group members (be gracious towards members that may have certain technology or access available to them)
  • What tools are you going to use? How are you going to collaborate?
  • How, What platform, and when are you going to communicate?
  • Has your original plan changed? How are you going to adapt your project with minimal work to still be a great project?

Podcasting Virtually

Group Conversation Podcasts

To have a podcast with a group conversation you'll need to record your group talking together. Here are some helpful suggestions for ways you might do this together virtually. Please remember that not every student has access to every tool so please have grace and understanding for your group members!

Screen Record a Video Chat or Audio Conversation

Record a Video Chat

Solo Voice Podcasts

Recording a solo voice podcast will be a easier than recording a group conversation virtually. Try one of the below suggestions for recording solo.

Audio Recording

Apple Devices

Recording Interviews Virtually

Recording interviews virtually can be a little more tricky, but it doesn't have to be. Always get permission before recording an interview at the very beginning of your recording or before you turn on the recording device. Try using the following suggestions to record your interview for your project and refer back to suggestions for "group conversations" as well.

Record a Phone Call

Screen Record a Video Chat or Audio Conversation

Record a Video Chat

Collaboration Friendly Tools​