The Recipe for a Perfect Podcast

Concurrent Session 9

Session Materials

Brief Abstract

Get a taste for all of the essential ingredients in creating the perfect podcast. A high-level overview of best practices regarding content, production, marketing, hosting, and transcription. Learn how to craft a unique and engaging experience for listeners.

Presenters

Jackie has worked for the Center for Distributed Learning since March 2013. Previously a technical support assistant for Webcourses@UCF Support, she now works as a web content specialist for the Instructional Development team. She transcribes video recordings for closed captioning, assists in the creation and support for non-academic web-based courses, and edits online training materials and performance support documents. Concurrent to her employment at CDL, Jackie received her B.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Central Florida. Her studies in English have strengthened her skills in writing and editing, and she employs these skills to create content that is clear, consistent, and grammatically correct. In 2016, she received the Information Technologies and Resources Outstanding Service Award. Jackie's ambition for quality and creativity extends beyond her work at CDL. In her spare time, Jackie performs and competes as a ballroom dancer.
Jonathan received his B.S. in Information Technology from the College of Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Central Florida (UCF). He currently works as a Web Project Manager Assistant at UCF’s Center for Distributed Learning. In this role, Jon assists with the production of webinars and streaming conferences, establishes project specifications for managing the department’s websites, assists the facilitation and development of faculty professional development courses, and manages other web-based projects. Highly motivated by his career at UCF, Jon works hard and plays hard. As a native Floridian, he enjoys fishing, visiting local beaches, tailgating UCF home games (Go Knights!), kayaking, camping, and traveling around the state.

Extended Abstract