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So..if students are writing scripts for their podcasts..what can libraries do for them after school?

Just asking:

David Warlick reports on podcasts in the classroom and I'm pondering how libraries can be an extension of this digital content creation thing. I do believe that a "Digital Creation Station" in a library's Teen section might be a hit. Give them a Mac (or PC yeah yeah but Garageband is soooo cool!), a mic, some software and the chance to play!

And don't even let me hear you say "But what if they get loud?" or, heaven forbid, "what if they have FUN in the library making content to share with friends?"

What would the optimal Digital Creation Station include?

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