Let’s curate together? A suggestion…

In Week 2 – David asks

How can the participants in this course curate a shared podcast of interesting audio/video presentations and talks?

I don’t know of any Web 2.0 tool that allows collaborative, editable audio and video mashups – maybe someone else can help?

My suggestion would be padlet – which is a visual board where you can add media from a url, a file or an image from a webcam. They are very easy to set up and depending on how public it is – you don’t need accounts to create boards or contribute or curate. It is also very easy to use.

What does everyone think?

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. katarenas
    Aug 10, 2014 @ 12:28:45

    About Padlet, that sounds like a perfect idea to me, Im on board! good idea.

    Reply

    • ggdines
      Aug 10, 2014 @ 15:37:54

      Hi and thanks Katarena

      I am going to use it for tracking my progress and curating artefacts – so if it appeals may we can then use it for the wider purpose David mentioned.

      Regards

      Goksu

      Reply

  2. David Jones
    Aug 13, 2014 @ 22:24:06

    FYI, there is a process using Diigo and Feedburner that will produce a “proper” podcast that can be linked to iTunes or similar. I’ve used it a couple of times in the past (e.g. here) and it’s worked for me.

    Not sure it has stood up to the test of time. Happy to help with this, if wanted, but also happy for you to do your own thing.

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