Podcast Information

Listen to the Podcast Through Your Computer

If you have a media player like Quicktime or Windows Media Player, just visit http://itunes.colostate.edu/Default.aspx, itunes will open as a default, click on the Native American Cultural Center icon, click twice on any of the available podcasts and enjoy. You can login using your CSU eID and password, or if you are not a student click on the guest access option.

Download to a mp3 Player

Simply connect your ipod or mp3 player to a computer, visit http://itunes.colostate.edu/Default.aspx, itunes should open as a default, click on the Native American Cultural Center icon, select a podcast that you would like to download, click the get button, the podcast will automatically be added to your itunes library. Podcasts can be added to any mp3 player by simply dragging the podcast to the mp3 player's icon.

What Are Podcasts?

Podcasts are audio recordings that you can listen to through your computer or any mp3 player such as an ipod. The Native American Cultural Center office has developed a number of podcasts to provide information to listeners about the office, Native students, and the staff. Podcasts are similar to music files, and can be sent over the Internet. You can download podcasts onto any digital audio player (like an iPod, hence the name) and enjoy then anywhere for free. Podcasting is a generic term and iPods are not required; any digital audio player or mp3 player will work.

Why is the Native American Cultural Center Office Creating Podcasts?

Podcasts are an easy and convenient medium used for entertainment and education. Students can access interesting and useful information about the Native American Cultural Center office, and listen to it anywhere. In addition to interviews with staff members and Native students, a variety of podcasts featuring Native drum groups are also available. A short informational video about the Native American Cultural Center office is also available on the itunes.colostate.edu website.