Podcast Curious?


Podcast curious?

Join us on Wednesday, November 20 from noon - 3 pm!


Interested in podcasting about your research and don’t know where to start?

Podcasting is growing faster than any other form of publishing and media but academia has been slower to catch the wave.

Come listen to a panel of scholars, staff, students and alumni talk about the challenges and rewards of podcasting to share knowledge and create communities of listeners.

This free event aims to introduce faculty, students and staff to some of the resources and expertise we have on campus, and to talk about how we can create a supportive community of podcasters at UVic.

Speakers include:

  • Hannah McGregor, SFU publishing prof and podcaster of Witch, Please and Secret Feminist Agenda—the first ever peer-reviewed podcast. Hannah will talk about her experiment working with Wilfred Laurier University Press to devise a new editorial methodology for the evaluation, editorial and production revision, peer review, and design and dissemination of podcasts as a unique form of scholarly communication.
  • Adam Huggins, host of Future Ecologies and UVic environmental studies/biology alum (2019)
  • Julie Rémy, producer of Learning Transforms, the podcast from the UVic Faculty of Education
  • Jenni Schine, sound artist, acoustic ethnographer and UVic instructor of Anthropology of Sound
  • Martin Bauman, MFA student & producer of Story Untold

And more!


Sponsored by University Communications + Marketing and UVic Libraries.


What: Podcasting your research

When: Wednesday, Nov. 20 at 12 to 3 p.m.

Where: Digital Scholarship Commons, Mearns Centre for Learning - McPherson Library

  • noon - 1 p.m. - Podcaster’s Panel & Audience Discussion
  • 1 p.m. - 2 p.m. - Guest Lecture by Dr. Hannah McGregor: Podcasting & Peer Review in the Academy
  • 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. - Learn how to make your own podcast: A workshop with Dr. Hannah McGregor


Please register http://bit.ly/uvicpodcast as space is limited. For more info: Matt Huculak - huculak@uvic.ca

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