ARCHIVED: Using Oncourse Podcasts, how do I download or subscribe to a podcast?

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Using the Podcasts tool, you can download individual podcasts or subscribe to an RSS feed.

Downloading individual podcasts

To download an individual podcast:

  1. To see a list of podcasts, in your site's menubar, click Podcasts.
  2. Find the podcast you want, and under its title, click Download.

    Note: Podcasts are listed in order by date published.

  3. When prompted, you may choose to open the file or save it to your computer.

Subscribing to podcasts

To subscribe to an RSS feed of podcasts for your site, copy and paste the RSS feed URL into your podcatcher application.

Podcasts that you post on your site are stored in Resources.

The quota for a course, project, or portfolio site is 4 GB; the quota for My Workspace is 1 GB. You can upload files up to 500 MB in the Podcasts tool. Note that the maximum file size is 200 MB in other tools (e.g., Resources); to upload a larger file, you must use the Podcasts tool (for files up to 500 MB) or WebDAV. To request a larger quota for your site, see Default storage space allotments for UITS accounts To check your site quota and usage, in the Resources tool, click Check Quota.

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Last modified on 2018-01-18 15:29:04.

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