Teaching & Learning in Flu Season
Because influenza guidelines require ill students to isolate themselves and stay out of class, faculty are encouraged to make use of technology to help students keep up with their course work.
For faculty: Making podcasts at Carleton
We now have a new, easy-to-use solution for faculty to capture audio, video and on-screen materials (e.g., PowerPoint presentations) and put them up on the web for their students. All you need is a Mac computer and a microphone or video camera. The computers and software are already located in many classrooms across campus, and the microphones and video cameras are readily available at PEPS in Laird 14.
If you have questions or problems, please contact any of the Academic Technologists.
For students: Viewing podcasts made at Carleton
To find and view a professor's podcasts, follow these instructions:
Type "https://podcast.carleton.edu" into your browser's address bar and hit the "return" key.
This will take you to the Welcome page for Carleton Podcasts, as shown below:
On this Welcome page, click on the "Out Sick" link from the list on the right side of the page, highlighted in the image below.
This will take you to the Out Sick homepage, as shown below:
Notice the magnifying glass icon in the upper right-hand side of this page. You can use this to search for the podcast you want.
Click on the magnifying glass icon to search:
This will open up a search window:
Type in the first few letters of the course code for the class you want. A list of podcasts for that department will appear in the search area:
Click on the course number and date of the class you want to see:
This will take you to the web page for that podcast. To play the podcast, click anywhere in the picture on that page: