Best practice for digital impact
Podcasts (May-June 2013)

Introduction and Overview YouTube stats have remained roughly consistent over the past few months, between 8,500 and 9,500 views. The iTunes U stats show that we had a decent May but a particularly slow June.This could be linked to the end of the term and what will probably be a slow summer. Views and Downloads from our two… Continue reading Best practice for digital impact
Podcasts (May-June 2013)

SoundCloud – is it a good platform for academic podcasting?

SAS is currently considering using SoundCloud to promote our academic podcasts, but is it worthwhile? What is SoundCloud? For those who don’t know, SoundCloud is an online audio distribution platform that allows collaboration and promotion of audio recordings by users. Originally started by a sound engineer, it was aimed at musicians who wanted to share their music.The service… Continue reading SoundCloud – is it a good platform for academic podcasting?

Academic podcasting at SAS

Why podcast Disseminating work to as wide an audience as possible is becoming an essential part of an academic’s day to day life, whether it be through social media, blogging or creating a podcast. Many funding opportunities or grants are won by proving that previous research has been viewed by a large number of people. Podcasting is a great way to get your… Continue reading Academic podcasting at SAS