In this post, Stacey encourages listeners to become a contributor to the podcast.

One of the core values of the WTL podcast is that hearing diverse perspectives makes us better. We would love for YOU to get involved in the podcast because we want to hear from you!

So, what can you do?

You can..

…Record an interview

I work hard to find and interview a diverse group of folks, but I am only one person and can only do so much. I just don’t have access to YOUR network of colleagues or YOUR knowledge of who is doing cool work.

Interview someone you know who is doing great work, and submit the recording to the podcast to become an episode. Check out WTL Contributor Guide abridged, and feel free to reach out with questions. I am happy to work with you as a guide, editor, and cheerleader!

…Volunteer to write a reaction or another episode-related piece for the newsletter 

If you hear an episode (they go live on Fridays) and are inspired or have a story you want to tell our listeners as a follow up, please let me know! Send me a message on Facebook or Twitter, or you can call or email or use our contact form!!

Check out some of our previous newsletters to get a feel for what others have done. And, I will also tell you that I love new, fresh ideas. So, if you have something else you would like to contribute to the newsletter, just let me know!

…Tell people how much you like the podcast

Please consider leaving us a review on iTunes, tweeting or posting on Facebook about your favorite episodes, and sending links to episodes to your friends and colleagues. Word of mouth is the best way for listeners to find us, and I really appreciate your help!

You might have seen some recent blog posts from listeners about their favorite episodes. If that sounds like something you would like to do, let us know!

…Suggest something else!

If you have an ability or interest that you think could make the podcast better, bring it on! We’d love to work with you to bring your gifts and talents to podcasts listeners to make our whole community better.

If you have questions about the show, about language teaching, about me, or about any topic related to this podcast, please reach out. I’d be very happy to hear from you.

 

 

 

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