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Casting a Podcast Line

Did you know that the ASU School of Life Sciences has another fun audio program called Science Studio? Dr. Biology takes time out from the Microcomputer in Education Conference to visit with Peggy Coulombe, the host of Science Studio.

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Topic Time
What's a podcast? 00:04
What was the hardest part about starting a podcast program? 01:18
What do you like most about podcasting? 02:00
Science Studio podcast address 02:40
Are there things you don't like about podcasting? 03:00
Have you changed the way you prepare for your podcast shows? Scripts- 03:39
Do you speak differently when you do your podcast? 05:02
What do you think the future of podcasting will be? 06:37
Subscribing to podcasts (advantage of podcasts) 07:28
Radio and podcasts give a voice to the artist and scientist. 07:53
What do you think podcasts have to offer education and general knowledge shows? 09:02
Reader learner versus audio learner. 10:40
Do you have advice for starting out in podcasting? 11:05
Take a class - Pauline Davies - Hugh Downs School of Human Communication. 11:44
Podcast editing. 12:24
Questions I ask every guest. 13:38
When did you first know you wanted to be a writer? 13:56
If you could not be a writer or a scientist/biologist what would you do? 14:56
You have a hobby. 15:24
Outrigger canoe. 15:32

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Casting a Podcast Line

Audio editor: Charles Kazilek

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