Podcasts

In the past decade, podcasts have become one of the most effective ways to teach and learn with high quality and relevant content. This is a great tool to not only to share your knowledge on relevant social justice issues but also connect them to theories. Below, you will find free resources to help you create a podcast as well as projects that might give you insight on how to create podcasts. If you need technical assistance for your project, please email Eddie Gonzalez

Free Resources
BuzzsproutPodBeanLibsyn
Buzzsprout will give you everything you need to host, promote and track your podcast PodBean is a great tool to host and manage podcasts. It is powering podcasts for top education institutionsSimpleCast is one of the simplest ways for podcasters to publish audio to Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever your audience listens with one click

This video guides you through the equipment needed for a solo podcast and a multiple-microphone podcast, audio recording tips, audio editing software, and finally how to publish your podcast. Good Luck 🙂

Past Projects

Indigenous resistance to the Trump Administration Series 
This was a semester-long project and part of a Media Studies Class. Under the supervision of Professor Kouross Esmaeli, students have created a podcast series to talk about ways that the Indegeonous communities are resistant to the Trump administration.

Current Projects

Class: SPAN 162: Journalism in Latin America
Professor Juanita Aristizabal and her students have been connected to community partners (Huerta Del Valle, IEIYC, and Latina Latina Round Table) to work on podcast series projects. For instance, Dr. Juanita Aristizabal will be working with IEIYC to document their Undocuhealth conference through a podcast.