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Podcasting from the library is a growing movement. Podcasting with Youth teaches librarians and educators how to set up, develop, market, and deliver a successful youth-led podcast from their library. Putting youth in control when interviewing authors and other guests develops their leadership and technical skills and brings new users to the library to engage in a unique li Podcasting from the library is a growing movement. Podcasting with Youth teaches librarians and educators how to set up, develop, market, and deliver a successful youth-led podcast from their library. Putting youth in control when interviewing authors and other guests develops their leadership and technical skills and brings new users to the library to engage in a unique library activity. This program can be set up relatively cheaply, and readers will learn how to use the technology required to deliver a podcast. Sound recording equipment, microphones, mixers, and audio files may be intimidating to some librarians and educators; this book quells those fears by explaining the technology in a straightforward, how-to manner. It also includes student input on what podcasters have learned, the challenges they have faced, and their plans for the future. Author Lucas Maxwell offers many helpful tips to librarians who want to learn how to create a program that puts students in charge and allows them to produce a tangible product that their peers will be interested in.


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Podcasting from the library is a growing movement. Podcasting with Youth teaches librarians and educators how to set up, develop, market, and deliver a successful youth-led podcast from their library. Putting youth in control when interviewing authors and other guests develops their leadership and technical skills and brings new users to the library to engage in a unique li Podcasting from the library is a growing movement. Podcasting with Youth teaches librarians and educators how to set up, develop, market, and deliver a successful youth-led podcast from their library. Putting youth in control when interviewing authors and other guests develops their leadership and technical skills and brings new users to the library to engage in a unique library activity. This program can be set up relatively cheaply, and readers will learn how to use the technology required to deliver a podcast. Sound recording equipment, microphones, mixers, and audio files may be intimidating to some librarians and educators; this book quells those fears by explaining the technology in a straightforward, how-to manner. It also includes student input on what podcasters have learned, the challenges they have faced, and their plans for the future. Author Lucas Maxwell offers many helpful tips to librarians who want to learn how to create a program that puts students in charge and allows them to produce a tangible product that their peers will be interested in.

11 review for Podcasting with Youth: A Quick Guide for Librarians and Educators

  1. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    Some clever ideas. Not sure I needed to purchase this given my experience with podcasting right now. Would have preferred this as ebook or quick guide. Would have loved more templates (letters for parents, staff; podcast intro scripts or questions). I appreciate what Lucas Maxwell does. He's done incredible work with students. Some clever ideas. Not sure I needed to purchase this given my experience with podcasting right now. Would have preferred this as ebook or quick guide. Would have loved more templates (letters for parents, staff; podcast intro scripts or questions). I appreciate what Lucas Maxwell does. He's done incredible work with students.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Cidney Mayes

    A quick, matter-of-fact guide to starting podcasting that focuses on the practical how-to's of recording editing, interviewing, and uploading and sharing. Great for beginners, but does not really cover any lesson ideas. A quick, matter-of-fact guide to starting podcasting that focuses on the practical how-to's of recording editing, interviewing, and uploading and sharing. Great for beginners, but does not really cover any lesson ideas.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Laura

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  11. 5 out of 5

    Lynne

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