Further Reading?

  1. Easley, J. (2021, May 3). Finding Great Co-hosts for Your Podcast: 5 Expert Tips. Podcast Movement. Accessed from: https://podcastmovement.com/resources/finding-great-co-hosts-for-your-podcast-5-expert-tips/
  2. Fantini, E., & Buist, E. (2021). Searching for the Sources of the Nile through a podcast: what did we find? Journal of Science Communication, 20(2), N01. https://jcom.sissa.it/archive/20/02/JCOM_2002_2021_N01
  3. Jalali, A., & El Bialy, S. (2019). Podcasting 101: top tips on educational podcasting. Education in Medicine Journal, 11(2), 43-47. https://eduimed.usm.my/EIMJ20191102/EIMJ20191102_05.pdf
  4. King, K. P., & Gura, M. (2008). Podcasting for Teachers Revised 2nd Edition: Using a New Technology to Revolutionize Teaching and Learning. IAP.
  5. Mollett, A., Brumley, C., Gilson, C., & Williams, S. (2017). Communicating your research with social media: A practical guide to using blogs, podcasts, data visualisations and video. London: SAGE Publications
  6. MacAdam, A. (2021, July 11). How audio stories begin. NPR Training + Diverse Sources Database. Accessed from: https://training.npr.org/2016/07/26/how-audio-stories-begin
  7. Poore, M. (2016). Using social media in the classroom: A best practice guide. London: SAGE Publications
  8. Reynolds, L., & Tuck, H. (2016, November). The counter-narrative handbook. Accessed from: https://www.isdglobal.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/Counter-narrative-Handbook_1.pdf
  9. Saxion Video-Unit (2020). Tips for making a podcast. Deventer, Enschede: Saxion Hogeschool. Retrieved from: https://leren.saxion.nl/bbcswebdav/institution/Blackboard/BEHEER_Bb/video/video.saxion.nl/Aan%20de%20slag/Factsheet%20Podcast_DEF.pdf
  10. TIdal, J. (2021). Podcasting: A Practical Guide for Librarians. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield
  11. Weldon, G. (2021). NPR’s Podcast Start Up Guide: Create, Launch, and Grow a Podcast on Any Budget. Ten Speed Press.