RECORDED WEBINAR Thursday, October 17, 2024 at 11am PT / 2pm ET

Podcasts as a Qualitative Research Tool

Explore the untapped potential of podcasting as a powerful tool for researchers, experts, and professionals across industries. Learn how audio shows can accelerate discovery, provide multimedia context, enable real-time insights, promote cross-pollination of ideas, and democratize access to cutting-edge knowledge.

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Key Takeaways

  • Understand the unique benefits of podcasting for sharing research, insights and expertise compared to traditional written formats like journals and books.
  • See examples of how podcasts can promote cross-pollination of ideas across disciplines and expose new audiences to your work
  • Understand the immense potential for podcasting to transform how research and information spreads across STEM fields, social sciences, business, arts and more

About this webinar

  • Thursday, October 17th, 2024
  • 11am PT / 2pm ET
  • 60 min
  • Free for AIR members / 
    $25 non-members
  • This webinar is recorded and made available for AIR members and ticket holders after the recording. 
Podcasting has already transformed content consumption and marketing for many sectors, but its true potential as a platform for research, education, and expertise sharing has yet to be fully realized. While a few pioneering institutions and individuals have started producing shows, podcasting for research and education remains an untapped frontier ripe for exploration across STEM fields, social sciences, business, arts and beyond. 
With the ease of recording and sharing audio content, there's an immense opportunity for leaders in every industry to launch innovative podcasts that accelerate the spread of information, spark new ideas through interdisciplinary discovery, and inspire the next generation of innovators, creators and critical thinkers.

Kacie Lauders

Kacie Luaders is a creator and arts advocate based out of Atlanta, Georgia. She earned her BS in Music Recording Technology from Hampton University and MFA in Sound Design from Savannah College of Art and Design. After participating in the 2019 Spotify Sound Up podcasting accelerator program she formed the production company Could Be Pretty Cool whose mission is to produce unique creative experiences to inspire community building through the arts. She is the creator and host of the Spotify Original podcast You Heard Me Write and has been named one of the ’40 Under 40 in Podcasting’ by Podcast Magazine. Kacie has also served as a theatrical sound designer, arts administrator and speaker for local and national arts and cultural organizations.
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