Inspired Teaching

Getting Started with Audio Recording 

Originally Presented  

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Published September 4, 2020

Ready to get started with recording audio? We can help! Come join us as we discuss how to create quality audio recordings to share with your audience in a variety of learning environments. Uncover tools and resources as well as best practices and tips for success. After viewing this recording, viewers will be able to: explain the audio recording process, describe best practices and tips for recording and sharing audio files, and identify tools and resources for producing quality audio recordings. 

Find out more by watching the video below. Stay tuned also for additional resources that will augment this digital content. 


Ilana Bayer (@IlanaBayer) is Director of Learning Technologies as well as Assistant Professor in the Department of Pathology & Molecular Medicine. Dr. Bayer has worked in the corporate sector developing educational and performance-based training materials. She has a combined background in health sciences, e-learning, teaching and training. In her role, Dr. Bayer assists faculty with all learning technology needs and, specifically, supports faculty development around the use of electronic modalities to enhance teaching.


Nicholas Hoskin is the AV/IT Specialist for the Program for Faculty Development and Learning Technologies Lab at McMaster University. Nicholas has a B.A and M.A from McMaster in Multimedia and Digital Media, respectively. With a background in livestreaming and new media, Nicholas works to assist all those with technical and media-based issues by creating resources applicable to all with eLearning needs.