In this semester-long course, students will learn technical radio and audio production skills, including recording, research and writing for radio, interviewing, logging, editing, sound designing, and working with broadcast deadlines, according to the course syllabus.
In addition to technical skill building, students will immerse in the art of telling stories through sound, practicing deep listening, various forms of audio storytelling, and how to give and receive meaningful feedback with peers.
Each student will be expected to complete high quality radio stories, which will be broadcast on Goddard College’s community radio station, WGDR.
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For Additional Information
Please contact Jackie Batten at [email protected] or at 802-322-1686.
About Goddard College
Initially founded in 1863 as the Goddard Seminary in Barre, Vt., Goddard College moved to its current Plainfield campus and was chartered in 1938 by founding President Royce “Tim” Pitkin. In 1963, Goddard became the first U.S. college to offer low-residency adult degree programs. Now offering accredited MA, MFA, BA and BFA degree programs from its main campus in Plainfield, Vermont and sites in Seattle and Port Townsend, Washington, Goddard’s low-residency education model offers the best of on-campus and distance education, with experienced faculty advisors, rigorous on-campus residencies, and the freedom to study from anywhere. More at http://www.goddard.edu