Podcast 50 - 50th episode special: Podcasting for learning in L&D

Over the past year or so, the GoodPractice team have produced 50 podcast episodes.

Written by Ross Garner
Published 20 June 2017
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Podcast 50 - 50th episode special: Podcasting for learning in L&D
To celebrate this milestone, we've asked three of our favourite L&D podcasters to join us in a panel discussion on podcasting for learning. From 'Emotion at Work', we have Phil Willcox. From 'From Scratch', we have Martin Couzins and Nigel Paine. And from the GoodPractice team we have Ross Garner and Owen Ferguson.

You can subscribe to 'Emotion at Work' on iTunes.

'From Scratch' is available at fromscratchpodcast.com.

For anyone interested in starting their own podcast, we tend to record using Blue Snowball USB microphones.

We speak over Skype or Google Hangouts, with each contributor recording themselves on Audacity (PC) or QuickTime (Mac).

The host then collects that week's recordings from all contributors and edits them together in Adobe Audition. Audacity or Garage Band are free alternatives.

About the author

Ross Garner

Ross Garner

Head of Learning Experience
Ross has been working in L&D for seven years and he heads up the instructional design team at Emerald Works. In 2019 he completed a Masters in Digital Education and was named Learning Technologies’ Learning Designer of the Year. He is also one of the hosts of the Good Practice Podcast.

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