Working with Audio Files
The Queens Library will be running some Summer EduTech Workshops in co-operation with the DLIS graduate program beginning Wednesday, June 11 and continuing every Wednesday through August 27th; please feel free to join us Wednesdays at 10:30, either in Queens LIB 110 or the Online meeting room: http://stjohnslibrary.adobeconnect.com/qlib110/ (Note: this session will be recorded)
Audio content can help make a voice-connection with online presentation participants, it can also allow an "outside expert" to enrich any presentation. This overview workshop will identify and demonstrate tools that can help anyone create audio files that range from "on-the-fly interviewing" (e.g.: using Photobabble, Voki, etc.) to "polished recordings" that incorporate creative-commons music, chapters and citations (using Audacity) and offer some hosting tips.
Related LibGuide: Working with Audio Files
For a tutorial video on using our library meeting software as a participant: http://screencast.com/t/svsKE4zr7xSIf you have never attended an Adobe Connect meeting before, you might want to test your connection prior to the meeting:
Your feedback on these session, or your suggestions for facilitating additional topics, are welcome.
Workshop List and Registration: http://stjohns.libcal.com/SJUlibworkshops
(registration is not required, but helpful for planning and troubleshooting purposes)
For additional information, contact Kathryn G. Shaughnessy, Associate Professor / Librarian, St. John's University Library, Queens, 718 -990-1454