Writing and Podcasting

Categories: Academic Writing Month, Focus Series, Other, Podcast, Writing and Editing

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MethodSpace button-acwrimoIt is Academic Writing Month at SAGE MethodSpace, and for 2018 we are looking at ways researchers develop a holistic publication strategy. In a media-oriented world, this means looking at options beyond writing. Scholars can choose different strategies depending on whether they are trying to disseminate research findings, share new ideas to benefit academics or practitioners, or build a network of colleagues. Podcasting is one option we will explore during #AcWriMo.

Dr. Laura Pasquini, an expert in digital learning, a  takes a fun and Laura Pasquiniinteresting approach to podcasting. I asked her to share insights and examples. She said,

I think that this is a great medium to process ideas, speak with other writers and scholars, and share ideas we are working on in our writing. I actually put out a call for more podcasting in higher ed with my “Pod Save Higher Ed” presentation and recent resources I shared for podcasting.

podcastThe #InVinoFab Podcast is uncorked to share stories about wine, women, and more. In Vino Fabulum, means: In Wine, Story! Co-hosts @ProfPatrice & @LauraPasquini want to bring new voices and wine knowledge to the table, with their own learning and experiences. These episodes are delightfully paired with interesting narratives, workplace experiences, helpful learning anecdotes, and creative discoveries of work, life and more. Listen to the pod, and join the conversation online at @InVinoFab (Instagram & Twitter) with the hashtag: #InVinoFab Listen via SoundCloudStitcherGoogle PlayApple Podcasts, or your favorite podcast app.

breakBreakDrink is an occasional chat with @JeffJackson and @LauraPasquini about life, work, and random stuff. There’s a good chance you’ll hear these co-hosts talk about their thoughts on current events, ukuleles, the NBA, podcasts, higher ed, rescue dogs, research, books, technology, and tacos… not in any particular order. They may even invite a friend to the pod to chat. Really, it’s a podcast to encourage you to take a break from the day and have a friend fill your cup. Follow them on Twitter @BreakDrink and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/breakdrink/  Listen via SoundCloudGoogle Play, Stitcher,  Apple Podcasts, or your favorite podcast app.

Two podcasts relevant for #AcWriMo:

More podcasts! Here are three podcasts Laura suggests for research, teaching, and writing resources:

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