The 'Official Voicethread' help files http://voicethread.com/support/howto/Basics/ Just getting started with VoiceThread? Here, you'll find step-by-step answers to your basic VoiceThread questions like security, capacity, and pricing.
The best way to learn about VoiceThread is to jump right in and start creating! To make sure that VoiceThread will work consistently for you, please be sure to take a look at the Network Requirements, and pass them on to your network administrator.
How and Why to Use a VoiceThread Group http://bit.ly/JI0u6P How and Why to Use a VoiceThread Group
VoiceThread has a Group feature available to all users with a PRO account and above that allows for you create a secure environment for class interactions.
Voicethread Tutorial pdf file http://tinyurl.com/4fna3e Voicethread Tutorial pdf file
View a print-oriented tutorial for VoiceThread that you can use to introduce staff; it is available in both PDF (for printing) and OpenDocumentFormat (OpenOffice/Neooffice) for modification/revision using under Creative Commons Copyright (ShareAlike-Noncommercial-Attribution).
Lessons Learned using VoiceThread for iPad http://bit.ly/rHQ1X1 Lessons Learned using VoiceThread for iPad
"Rachel, my 8 year old daughter, just finished reading “Christmas in Camelot” (a Magic Treehouse book) this weekend and was VERY excited to tell me all about it. It’s been a few years since she last made a VoiceThread book report, so since the VT iPad app is now available I figured this would be a perfect chance to put it through its paces. We had fun and were successful making the VoiceThread book report. Here are a few of our lessons learned."
VoiceThread K-12 Products http://voicethread.com/products/k12/ All of the VoiceThread K-12 Products use Ed.VoiceThread, our secure and accountable environment found at ed.voicethread.com.
It's a web-based communications network built specifically for K-12 Students and Educators. To learn more, watch the Ed.VoiceThread overview below. The following premium accounts have access to this network ....
Using Voicethread in the Classroom http://techitupvoicethreads.pbworks.com/w/page/1891458/FrontPage Using Voicethread in the Classroom
Voicethread is a wonderful, web-based tool which has amazing applications in education. This wiki has been created as a place for educators interested in learning more about using Voicethread in their classrooms or schools.
VoiceThread as a Digital Portfolio http://bit.ly/9eSnys VoiceThread as a Digital Portfolio
I’ve been twittering about using VoiceThread as a digital portfolio for our Student-Led Conferences this semester.
In the past, my students have used Photostory3 to show and talk about their learning as a starting point for their Student Led Conference with their parents.
The more I considered VoiceThread, the more it’s interactive features appealed to me. Using Photostory3 meant a final product. Nothing more added, no room for comment by parents and unless you sent the exported movie file, or embedded it on a wiki, no way for other family members in different parts of the country or in other parts of world, to see it.
Using VoiceThread was easy! We’ve already used it several times this year, so the “tool” and how to use it was already established. Here’s the step by step organisation we used to complete a digital protfolio for each student in Room202.
Using Voicethread for Digital Conversations http://digitallyspeaking.pbworks.com/w/page/17791585/Voicethread Using Voicethread for Digital Conversations
One of the best free tools available to teachers and students who are learning with the world rather than about the world is Voicethread. Known as a “group audio blog,” Voicethread allows users to record text and audio comments about uploaded images.
Voicethread has two distinct advantages for classrooms that are communicating and collaborating across counties, countries or continents.
# What is Voicethread?
# Planning a Voicethread
# Commenting Tips for Voicethreaders
# Sample Strand of Comments
# Assessing Voicethread Participation
# Teaching Students to Create and Moderate Threads
Digital Storytelling with VoiceThread (pdf) http://bit.ly/chaeHr Digital Storytelling with VoiceThread
by Wesley Fryer
Very comprehensive tutorial that could be used as a handout for teachers or students.
Voicethread to Create an Online Presentation Portfolio http://bit.ly/cBSaCe Using Voicethread to Create an Online Presentation Portfolio
It occurred to me over the weekend that a tool that could potentially be very useful for creating a presentation portfolio is VoiceThread, so I did a little playing around.
The VoiceThread you see here is the result.
Using Voicethread for practising speaking skills http://wikieducator.org/Using_Voicethread_for_practising_speaking_skills Language learning: Using Voicethread for practising speaking skills
In this tutorial we will:
- present and show how to use a publising web resource Voicethread
- demonstrate how it can be exploited for language learning practice
- suggest how it can be used for students and teachers across the world to collaborate together
VoiceThread for Educators ... official page http://ed.voicethread.com/#home VoiceThread for Educators ... official page
Ed.VoiceThread is a web-based communications network for K-12 students and educators. Simple, powerful and safe, Ed.VoiceThread is a place for creating and collaborating on digital stories and documentaries, practicing and documenting language skills, exploring geography and culture, solving math problems, or simply finding and honing student voices.
Watch an overview, visit our K-12 Pricing page, or download our K-12 brochure.
Restricted to K-12 educators, students and administrators, all content is created or vetted by registered members of the community.
VoiceThread Extends the Classroom http://www.edutopia.org/voicethread-interactive-multimedia-albums VoiceThread Extends the Classroom with Interactive Multimedia Albums
VoiceThreads might best be described as interactive media albums. They are essentially online slide shows of images, documents, or videos that enable viewers to comment on any slide (or at any point in the video) by typing, recording an audio or video comment, or drawing on the image itself.
Teachers have been early adopters of the easy-to-learn technology, which has led the company to launch Ed.VoiceThread.com, a secure site just for educators and their students, says VoiceThreads cofounder Ben Papell.
Voicethread 4 Education wiki http://voicethread4education.wikispaces.com/ Voicethread 4 Education wiki
Hello and welcome to the VoiceThread 4 Education wiki. This wiki was started by Colette Cassinelli (http://twitter.com/ccassinelli) but because of contributors like YOU - it has grown to be comprehensive collection of VoiceThread examples from students and teachers of all ages and groups.
The purpose of this wiki is to gather examples of how educators are using Voicethread in their classrooms (or for professional development) and to share those examples.
Looking for a classroom partner for VoiceThread projects? Consider adding your contact information to the Classroom Partners page.
VoiceThread for Educators http://www.classroom20.com/group/voicethread VoiceThread for Educators used to be on Ning but moved to Classroom 2.0 ... Social Network
Voicethread for Educators group. Place to share ideas and get questions asked/answered for using Voicethread in the classroom.
VoiceThread http://voicethread.com With VoiceThread, group conversations are collected and shared in one place from anywhere in the world. All with no software to install.
A VoiceThread is a collaborative, multimedia slide show that holds images, documents, and videos and allows people to navigate pages and leave comments in 5 ways - using voice (with a mic or telephone), text, audio file, or video (via a webcam). Share a VoiceThread with friends, students, and colleagues for them to record comments too.
Users can doodle while commenting, use multiple identities, and pick which comments are shown through moderation. VoiceThreads can even be embedded to show and receive comments on other websites and exported to MP3 players or DVDs to play as archival movies.
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