As a USF student, you have space set aside on a web server that you can use to host files, including audio and video files.  You can also use a site such as Our Media to host your file.  While Our Media allows you to use a form on a web page to upload your files, the USF blog requires you to install an SSH program before you can connect.  You can download an SSH program for Windows from the Academic Computing site, which also has some instructional videos describing the procedure for using SSH to log into the USF web space.  On the Mac, you can use a program called Fugu to connect to the USF web servers.  Fugu works a lot like SSH, providing a drag and drop interface that shows your hard drive on one side of the screen and your folder on the server on the other side.  You simply drag files from one side to the other to upload them to the server.
 

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