podcasting

  • hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    Audacity is a cross-platform, free program for recording and editing sound. This task will show you how to record your own voice using simple and inexpensive equipment.

  • playlist activity | Oxford only

    An introductory list of clips about Audacity

  • course pack | Publicly viewable

    Audacity is a free, cross-platform, audio-editing application. It can be used to create digital audio material suitable for a course, a podcast or on a website. In this module you will learn how to use Audacity to record, manipulate and save a sound file.

  • software | Publicly viewable

    Bamboo DiRT is a tool, service, and collection registry of digital research tools for scholarly use.

  • course pack | Publicly viewable

    This one-day, practical, hands-on course will introduce you to simple techniques to help you with conducting an interview and being interviewed, for audio and video.

  • playlist activity | Oxford only

    Some videos to introduce ideas around online presence

  • course pack | Publicly viewable

    Creating an online presence can open up your research and teaching (or any interest!) to a global audience and is now essential in promoting yourself professionally to the outside world

  • video | Publicly viewable

    A trailer for the Oxford Open Spires project, which builds upon the Oxford on iTunes U podcasting service

  • playlist activity | Oxford only

    This course works with Audacity and Windows Video Editor to produce podcast resources to represent academic practice or outside interests. This playlist will help you prepare for attending this workshop.

  • course pack | Oxford only

    Learn to produce podcast resources to represent your academic practice or your outside interests

  • article | Publicly viewable

    Have you ever wondered how to cite a television advert? Or what about an extract from a DVD? Do you ever need to provide advice to students or contributors about how to reference audiovisual content within their own work? The British Universities Film & Video Council (BUFVC) provides a pioneering set of guidelines to help answer all these questions and more.

  • learning activity | Publicly viewable

    At this hands-on session, graduate researchers in the Humanities are invited to try out some IT and library skills and services to support their work.

  • learning activity | Publicly viewable

    At this hands-on session, graduate researchers in Medical Science are invited to try out some IT and library skills and services to support their work.

  • learning activity | Publicly viewable

    At this hands-on session, graduate researchers in Maths, Physical and Life Sciences are invited to try out some IT and library skills and services to support their work

  • learning activity | Publicly viewable

    At this hands-on session, graduate researchers in Social Science are invited to try out some IT and library skills and services to support their work.

  • learning activity | Oxford only

    The Research Skills Toolkit explores IT and library tools, tips and techniques to support researchers.

  • learning activity | Publicly viewable

    Hands-on sessions where graduate researchers are invited to try out some tools and services to support their work.

  • article | Publicly viewable

    Ways you can make information about yourself and your work available online - plus some pitfalls to watch out for

  • playlist activity | Publicly viewable

    This video shows you the basic workflow involved in editing video on a computer to make a finished project

  • course pack | Publicly viewable

    This course shows you the basic workflow involved in editing video on a computer to make a finished project

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