I recently wrote a post on using Audacity for my fellowship with the GC Digital Initiative. The post is geared towards more of a tutorial that is focused on how I prepare audio clips (spoken words) for a podcast episode. It is more technical than reflective but it’s a helpful marker for myself to remember […]
Originally posted on Tagging the Tower. Written for the GC Digital Initiatives as one of the digital fellows in their program. This post is based off my experience in using podcast as a pedagogical tool as well as past consultations with folx interested in exploring podcast/audio recordings.
It’s currently three weeks to the end of the Spring 2020 semester. Like the previous semester, I am constantly learning and reflecting as I teach. Planning and preparing for an online semester with/for my students remain challenging, though I am not sure if it is the fact that we are online or that I am […]
This is the semester of many firsts — co-leading workshops through my position as GCDF and teaching as an adjunct. I’m new to these positions and was really learning from those who came before while trying to assume to role of an instructor. There was definitely a lot of flubbing about as I piece together […]
In this post, I write a little about how using Audacity for interviews can help with increasing the clarity of the audio content. Understanding that the most important part to having a “good” final recording is to first get a good recording in the first place, hence, building on the previous post that discusses the […]
Part of my journey in figuring out my queer Asian oral history project was on the technical part. It was challenging to figure out how to strike a balance between my budget and the tools I would require. I am planning for this to be a first part on reflecting and sharing my experiences of […]
The original post below was written for a class that was attempting at reimagining the humanities for the public good (Spring 2019). Edits have been made since the original submission in class.