The Curricular Technology team organized a number of sessions with faculty innovators to find how they were using technology (see: Presentations by Faculty Innovators). More recently, the team invited James Morrison, Assistant Professor of Political Science, to do a presentation on how he creates podcasts of his lectures.
Prof. Morrison uses a USB-powered label mic that he plugs into his laptop. He is currently using GarageBand to record audio. Typically, he’ll make a copy of a previous lecture podcast to preserve the metadata and intro and outro audio. When he’s done recording a class lecture, he can then simply update the title, date and description and adjust the positioning of outro audio. The audio file can then be exported and uploaded to his course site.
Here are links to some of his podcasts: