DS Lab's Guide to Podcasting : Podcast Publishing

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Publishing Options

As a Marquette student you have free access to OneDrive, Microsoft's cloud storage service. You can access the service by going to portal.office.com, logging in with your Marquette e-mail and password. Then follow the steps below to upload your media file.
 

  1. After logging in, click the OneDrive icon at the top of the screen.
     
  2. In the left side bar, look for the Shared libraries heading.
     
  3. Under the Shared libraries heading, locate your class course site. You may need to click the More libraries link at the bottom if it is not visible.
     
  4. Once in your course site, click the folder entitled Podcasts.
     
  5. Next, click the Upload button near the top of the page.
     
  6. From the drop down menu, click Files.
     
  7. Select the file you want to upload, and then select Open.
     
  8. After the file uploads, you should see it in the folder. Click the file and the audio should begin playing in your browser.

 

SoundCloud is an online audio distribution platform and music sharing website based in Berlin, Germany that enables its users to upload, promote, and share audio. Below are the steps to publish your audio file to SoundCloud.
 

  1. Create an account. You can use your existing Facebook or Google account. You can also create a SoundCloud specific account.
     
  2. After creating an account, go to the Upload page and follow the instructions on how to upload a track to SoundCloud.
     
  3. SoundCloud offers two publishing options. Public means anyone can listen to your track, and it will show up immediately on your SoundCloud profile page and your followers’ Streams. Private tracks are hidden from your followers after upload. You can then decide to share them exclusively via private links. Private tracks won't show up on your public profile and can't be searched for within SoundCloud. You can adjust whether a track is public or private by following these steps in the settings section of your track.
     
  4. Depending on whether you make your track Public or Private will determine which steps to take to share it with others. If you have made your track Public, follow these instructions on how to share the file. If you have made your track Private, follow these instructions to share your file.