Skip to main content

Creating Audio Content in the Classroom

The CEU Campus
Tuesday, February 13, 2018, 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm

With the popularity of podcasting, many educators are wondering how to create audio content for classroom assignments. In this 2-hour hands on workshop, participants will learn how to plan and execute discussion podcasts, create audio diaries, how to write for narrative, non-fiction podcasts and identify assessment options for audio assignments.

Kim Fox is currently an associate professor of practice in the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication (JRMC) at The American University in Cairo. She primarily teaches audio production and multimedia writing. She received both her BS and her MA degrees from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. Fox spent decades working in the U.S. radio industry in various positions at radio stations including WOUB AM/FM/TV in Athens, Ohio; WIZF in Cincinnati, Ohio; WBLK in Buffalo, New York, WAKR in Akron, Ohio and many more.