Welcome to Shifting Frequencies, a podcast experiment made by students at Kent State University.
Volume 2 (2017): Obstacles
Volume 1 (2016): Lifestyle
Students were invited to produce a short podcast episode approximately 10-30 minutes in length, based on a theme. The themes are broad and provide students opportunity to create episodes closely tied to their areas of expertise and interests.
Everyone had 2.5 weeks to create the podcast episode before uploading finished materials online. None of the students have prior experience in podcasting. Our resulting series, Shifting Frequencies, shows the numerous ways an episode may take shape: interviews, sound collage, fiction, environmental noise, music, and so forth.
The students' voices and opinions are their own, and do not necessarily reflect the views of our institution.
School of Visual Communication Design
LaunchNET Kent State
Shifting Frequencies episode intro:
Lisa Cook, Visual Communication Design
It's Not Ok
Layne Gerbig, Communication
Art for Family and Friends
Kathleen Morris, Visual Communication Design
Adeline Atmajda, Visual Communication Design
How We Met
Leigh Hughes, Visual Communication Design
Is it Good that the Forest is on Fire?
Randy and Dana Shaeffer, English
Tom Leguard, English
Mahlon Rhodes, Visual Communication Design