Concurrent: Yasemin Besen-Cassino
Recording Online Classes with Audacity and iTunes University

Audacity, iTunes and similar programs are becoming popular in education in the recent years. With many students working long hours, many have difficulty logging onto classes at the same time. Especially with the recent snowstorms and potential class cancellations, utilizing new technologies like Audacity and iTunes University allow faculty to record and broadcast their lectures.  This presentation will provide applied instruction on Audacity and iTunes university. In this session, we will demonstrate the basics of Audacity to create pre-recorded lectures and discuss the potential benefits and challenges.

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