Category Archives: Audio
Voicethread is a splendid tool for asynchronous online communication, collaboration, teaching and learning. It can be used in so many ways, and its model – overlaying communicative functionality on top of content, like Cengage’s Mindtap product, should be considered the … Continue reading
I retweeted a post today that went like this: “@rosslarocco,@gfriese: 3 ideas to create #eLearning content with #GoogleVoice, http://ow.ly/hFR7 easy audio recording 4 faculty!” After visiting that page it hit me that the text transcription of the voicemails in GoogleVoice … Continue reading
Here are some of the things I’ve currently be using: (in a non-cellular region ie. no iPhone or the like:) Gizmo5 – very much like Skype, and supports porting your number. Cost is similar to Skype, but it also works … Continue reading
A couple links from NPR shows re: online learning: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5775616 http://www.wamu.org/audio/dr/06/11/r2061113-12297.asx enjoy!
Availability and choice of resources is the name of the game for student access and success. Educational podcasts can enhance both of those in a big way, since they are portable. Here’s another success story of podcasting in the classroom, … Continue reading
A nice article in Campus Technology about capturing lectures in video or audio with Tegrity to enable students to have remote access to lectures and notes on their iPods, for example… http://www.campus-technology.com/article.asp?id=18187&p=3 Followed by a nice little piece on using … Continue reading