Health Literacy Out Loud (HLOL) podcasts are a lot like radio shows. You can listen in as Helen Osborne interviews those in-the-know about health literacy. You will hear why health literacy matters and learn practical ways to help. Unlike radio shows, you access Health Literacy Out Loud podcasts from the Internet. You simply download the files to a computer, iPod, or other MP3 device and then listen to the podcast whenever, wherever, and however you want.
Don’t worry if you have never downloaded or listened to a podcast before. Really, it’s easy! Here are answers to questions about Health Literacy Out Loud podcasts.
What is a podcast?
A podcast is a series of digital media files distributed over the Internet. To listen, simply download any file you want and click the link.
What equipment do I need?
- Computer connected to the Internet. This is how you access (download) the files.
- Listening device. This could be a computer, MP3 player (such as iPod), or even some cell phones.
Where can I get Health Literacy Out Loud podcast files?
How much does this cost?
Health Literacy Out Loud episodes are free. The Health Literacy Consulting website has an online store with many health literacy-related items. Here’s the link, http://www.healthliteracy.com/store.asp
How can I learn more about Health Literacy Out Loud podcasts?