December 19, 2005

Hillside rules, OK! Powerful podcasting from Fife

Schoolgrounds_1I've been dying to getting round to blog this. Last Thursday I spent the day at Hillside School, Fife, to create a podcast with some of the boys in David Noble's class. David's already been involved in a cool RadioWaves project.

What a day! It was brill. They were brill.

This group of 14-16 year old students learnt how to use Garageband, an iRiver, a Mac, how to edit sound and add copyright and podsafe music all from scratch. The end result: a pretty powerful podcast (12mins; 11.2MB) about Drink and Drugs.

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Impressive podcast - the sound quality is exceelent. Well done all concerned.

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