I know that many universities are starting to implement lecture recordings into their departments and the technology into the classrooms to be able to record lectures and upload them to iTunes as a podcast lecture. However, if the university could contract out the service, why not?
So, set up a system where you go to the different classrooms and either rig the podium with voice recorders or hook the professor up with a mobile microphone that will transmit to a recorder.
You get some of your buddies in the media production/editing department to help with putting the podcasts together. Add in a class introduction Ã¢â‚¬â€œ stating the class, professor, time, and date. Throw a plug for your business at the end with something like Ã¢â‚¬Å“podcasts recorded and edited by XYZ Company.Ã¢â‚¬Â
Upload the podcasts to a database that students can search and download them from. Send them to the professor weekly so he/she can also have them. At the end of the semester, compile them all on a CD to offer to students for a low cost.
These were just quick ideas on how this could possible be done. What do you think? Many schools are starting to do this already, but it could be worth a shot if you attend a smaller school that many not have a large budget to take on a project like this themselves or have the resources to do so.