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Michael Coghlan is guest speaker for Can You Hear Us?
Thursday 11th September, via Skype, 3.30pm aest
(1 hour, ish)
Michael has been involved in many projects researching audio technologies, and is often a keynote speaker for international conferences. He joined us from Adelaide. Several people tuned in remotely via Skype, and a few of us were here at Merrilands Community Centre.
Here are the slides for his session (via
Online Voice Tools For Language And Literacy
your own. (tags:
You can view fullscreen (button bottom left of slide).
Links from the session
Michael Coghlan's online places:
, podomatic podcast, and
Examples of voice applications (and other links emerging from the session):
voiceboard in Wimba
. (Victorian educators have access to this tool via TafeVC.)
Voicethread celebrating ten years of the Webhead community
(one of michael's favourite online communities).
advanced listening class using Chinswing
(a free online voiceboard).
Utterz is a place
you can create audio conversations.
Ustream TV allows people
to broadcast themselves (live, or recorded).
TokBox as another tool
that allows you to have video conversations.
Janeen reminded us of the great collection of digital storytelling tools on
Alan Levine's 50 Free Ways to Tell a Story
help on how to format text
Turn off "Getting Started"