Has anyone tried the new Anchor app (https://anchor.fm/features)? Apparently, it's a free tool for phones and tablets that allows users to record and edit podcasts right in the app and then publish them via RSS to the various podcast directories. It also has some interesting features like Conversations, which lets up to ten people record together. Sounds like a nice tool for classroom projects without the steep learning curve of Audacity.
I am conducting an online survey as part of my PhD project on digital oral history. This survey focuses on digital tools and ethical dilemmas and is open to anyone who has already recorded, archived or disseminated oral history interviews.
All of our online e-workshops are recorded and provided afterwards to our participants through our cloud-based sharing platform, Box. Therefore if you can not make the live session for some reason the only thing you miss out on is the ability to ask questions during the Q&A portion (we always encourage post-workshop questions via e-mail however!).
Hope this helps,
Senior Editor/Collection Manager - Baylor University Institute for Oral History
Is there any chance this might be recorded for viewing by people living in non-US time zones? I won't be very productive working between 1-4 am!