Podcast your science (in-person)

From inception to publication this practical session delivered by Emily Elias, journalist and producer of the Oxford Sparks podcast series, is a whirlwind tour through the basics of how to share your research in an engaging manner through podcasting.

The session will introduce approaches to podcasting, present inspiration from a range of different podcast styles, and take you step-by-step through the basic technical skills of recording, editing and publishing audio files.
You’ll have the chance to develop an idea and have a go recording it with support and feedback during the day.
Upon completion of this course students will have an:
 Understanding of what podcasting is and its benefits in relation to communicating science to wider society.
 Ability to identify, develop and create narratives for the purposes of podcasting.
 Understanding of the skills required to record and edit audio, including making use of music and sound effects.
 Increased awareness of platforms for publishing podcast material.