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Podcasting is an easy way to deliver a series of audio files in such a way that people can subscribe and have all current and future 'episodes' downloaded automatically to their computer or media player.  
'''Podcasting''' is an easy way to deliver a series of audio files in such a way that people can subscribe and have all current and future 'episodes' downloaded automatically to their computer or media player.  
 
 
 
  
 
== Podcasting in Moodle ==
 
== Podcasting in Moodle ==
  
There are several ways to podcast in Moodle:
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To podcast in Moodle, create a discussion forum and activate an RSS feed for the forum. Then simply post messages with media files as attachments. These will be delivered as podcasts in the RSS feed.  
 
 
* Create a discussion forum and activate an RSS feed for the forum. Then simply post messages with media files as attachments. These will be delivered as podcasts in the [[RSS in forums|RSS feed]].
 
:''Note:'' This works in some situations and not in others.  For example, users that do not have full permissions to access the forum may find that their podcast software does not have rights to the media files.
 
* Use the optional [[Ipodcast module]] which creates a specific podcasting activity type in Moodle. The advantage of this method is that it includes extra ''metadata'' designed to work well with Apple's ''iTunes'' software (such as keywords and category labels).
 
* Use "Podcaster" module: [http://moodle.org/mod/data/view.php?d=13&rid=2160 found here in Modules and Plugins].
 
 
 
== Podcasting about Moodle ==
 
  
You may also like to know that a podcast ''about'' Moodle is in preparation, tentatively called "[[Portal:mCast|mCast]]".
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''Note:'' This works in some situations and not in others.  For example, users that do not have full permissions to access the forum may find that their podcast software does not have rights to the media files.
  
 
== Software for receiving podcasts ==
 
== Software for receiving podcasts ==
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==See also==
 
==See also==
  
*Using Moodle [http://moodle.org/mod/forum/view.php?id=7230 Podcasting module forum]
 
 
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Podcasting Wikipedia article on podcasting]
 
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Podcasting Wikipedia article on podcasting]
 
* [http://www.apple.com/podcasting Apple webpage on podcasting]
 
* [http://www.apple.com/podcasting Apple webpage on podcasting]
 
*[[Audio in Moodle]]
 
*[[Audio in Moodle]]
*[[iTunes university block]] contributed code that links to iTunes U
 
  
 
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Podcasting is an easy way to deliver a series of audio files in such a way that people can subscribe and have all current and future 'episodes' downloaded automatically to their computer or media player.

Podcasting in Moodle

To podcast in Moodle, create a discussion forum and activate an RSS feed for the forum. Then simply post messages with media files as attachments. These will be delivered as podcasts in the RSS feed.

Note: This works in some situations and not in others. For example, users that do not have full permissions to access the forum may find that their podcast software does not have rights to the media files.

Software for receiving podcasts

  • Apple's iTunes is currently one of the more popular pieces of software for subscribing to podcasts
  • Juice (previously known as iPodder) which is open-source and available on Windows and Macintosh.
  • Songbird, a truly cross-platform, Open Source media player.
  • Rhythmbox for the Gnome Desktop
  • Amarok for KDE

See also