State Records Office Podcasts and recordings
What are podcasts?
Podcasts are multimedia files (audio and/or video) which are compiled using XML for people to download over the Internet for playback on a computer or mobile device. The State Records Office uses podcasting to make available audio of signature events and seminars that are likely to be of interest to the WA community and State Records Office visitors.
How do I subscribe to SRO podcasts?
Podcasts can be downloaded and played on your desktop computer and transferred to your mobile device. You will need software to access to the State Records Office's podcasts such as Apple's free iTunes software or the open source Juice as well as many others. When you have downloaded and installed a podcast client, subscribing is easy. In iTunes, follow these simple steps to subscribe to any of the State Records Office's podcasts:
1. Select the menu item 'Subscribe to Podcast' in the Advanced Menu:
2. In the popUp dialog box enter one of the State Records Office podcast URLs (listed below) and click the OK button:
- Listen to the Geoffrey Bolton Lecture 2010 recording or subscribe to the podcast
- Listen to the Geoffrey Bolton Lecture 2009 recording or subscribe to the podcast
- Listen to the Geoffrey Bolton Lecture 2009 recording
- To subscribe to the Lunchtime Seminars, input the url - http://dev.sro.wa.gov.au/lunch.xml
- To subscribe to the Geoffrey Bolton Lecture 2007 podcast, input the url - http://dev.sro.wa.gov.au/gb2007.xml
- To subscribe to the Cabinet Papers for 1975 podcast, input the url - http://dev.sro.wa.gov.au/pod_test.xml
Who shoud I contact?
Feedback on State Records Office's podcasting service including suggestions for podcast topics can be mailed to: email@example.com