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Podcast Literacy: Educational, Accessible, and Diverse Podcasts for Library Users,” will cover • Why podcasts are an important part of digital literacy • Statistics on podcast listening • The advantages of audio-based learning • How to find the best podcasts • The best apps for podcast listening • Lists of recommended podcasts for general audiences, higher education, teens, children, people with disabilities, and diverse and underserved audiences • How podcasts are being used, in context, in K–12 education and higher education • Podcast accessibility for people with disabilities • Ideas for how libraries can become curators and recommenders of podcasts.
A podcast is a type of downloadable digital media file typically composed of audio content, though some podcasts also include video. The term itself is a portmanteau, combining the word broadcast with iPod, in reference to the popular Apple portable media player that is widely used to access such files. Most podcasts are distributed in the MP3 format, which uses a technique known as lossy compression to reduce data-rich files to practical sizes.
The article offers suggestions for making podcasts. It mentions about using microphones, headphones, laptop and desktop computers, Audio Interfaces, and Mixing Boards; and Accessories like pop filters. It also mentions about using software for audio editing, mobile applications, podcast hosting and soundproofing.
The article discusses several podcasts including podcast concerning movies by Jason Mantzoukas and married comedians June Diane Raphael and Paul Scheer, podcast "Pod Save the People," and podcast "Disgraceland" about crime stories related to musical acts.