Purpose of the article -- The purpose of this article is to inform the readers of the ASHA (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association) Leader about using podcasts and how to create them. Why is the information important? -- This information is important because it provides a simple informative guide to understanding, finding, subscribing to, and creating podcasts. As podcasting is a new development, it is not widely understood. Since there is a lack of knowledge and understanding, the majority of the population is unable to take advantage of the RSS (really simple syndication) feed. Assumptions the author makes about the reader -- The author, Professor Judith Maginnis Kusler, assumes that the articles reader, possibly the magazines audience, is generally unfamiliar with some of the latest technological developments in software such as iTunes. The author also assumes that the reader is completely unfamiliar with podcasts and how to take advantage of them. Aside from this, the author does assume the reader
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course RTVF 1310 taught by Professor Way during the Spring '08 term at North Texas.