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Sounds

Page history last edited by Renske Hofman 8 years, 9 months ago

Can you see what I'm saying? Add a sound to your WIKI!

 


Voice Recorder >>

Curious what language of your other Wiki-members sounds like? Try using a soundrecorder!

www.vocaroo.com

Want to introduce your class by more than a picture...? it is possible! Become a Qwipper today!

Example: http://qwips.com/2vhepb

Try asking a question where sounds are involved... challenging isn't it!

www.mp3cut.net

  

Scan this with a QRscanner and your sound wil be played! This is really a cool tool: QRvoice.net

 

Text to Speech Demo

www.ispeech.org 


 

 

 

     
 Visit SnackTools where you can find free apps to improve your WIKI  

VoiceThread

Post a visual and record comments/ stories, etc. Lori form Newmarket High School, Canada uses this as a digital art gallery walk through where students post their artwork and record an artist's statement.  Peers and teacher can record feedback comments too!

 


 

 

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