NASA's DIY Podcast

Various authors, NASA, Apr 26, 2012
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Dawn (Gaddis) Morgan of NASA's Educational Technology Services (NETS) wrote me to promote NASA's DIY podcast. I'm a big NASA fan (I even sent my name with them to Mars) so it didn't take much persuading. Basically the idea is that NASA provides all the media students need to fill out a podcast they create themselves. Here's the Brochure. Morgan writes, "NASA's DIY Podcast offers resources for educators and students to use to create podcasts using free NASA images, video footage, and audio clips. Various topic modules are available on the site.... Each topic module includes downloadable video and audio clips featuring NASA astronauts, scientists/engineers, links to NASA images and resources, and information to help students write a podcast script. Additionally, the DIY Podcast Blog offers tips to help educators incorporate the DIY Podcast into the classroom, including production ideas and NASA resources. Subscribe to the blog RSS feed to receive regular updates and learn when new topic modules become available."
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