AdvComp

November 3, 2007

Story telling with audio annotation: Voicethread – collaboration with audio

Voicethread – Collaboration with audio, Web 2.0 tools

  1. VoiceThread voicethreadlogo.jpg – Group conversations around images, docs and videos. Transform your presentations, projects and media into rich collaborative spaces.


  2.  – How to use VoiceThread at YouTube

  3. Gabcast and Garageband
    • gabcast.com  – cell phone audio recording sites
      • Software PBX である Asterisk を使った中小企業向けシステムを提供している Coalescent Systems
      • 電話を使ったポッドキャストのホスティングサービス「gabcast」。
      • 指定された番号に電話をかけて喋ると、その音声をそのままポッドキャストとして配信出来るというもの。
      • 国内ではポッドキャストのホスティングサービス代表ともいえる「ケロログ」が同様のサービスを提供。
      • http://www.voiceblog.jp/myasuda/
      • evoca<– similar phone voice recording service, but “The only downside is that it’s currently only available for Skype.”
    • Podcast196V: Podcasting with Gabcast and Garageband (<– Click to browse MP4 to download)
      • 2007.10.19(金) 14:33  This  podcast is a 17 minute screencast of the procedures required to use a distributed recording method (cell phone audio recording on-site at a museum for a student field trip via Gabcast) along with a client-based software program for digital storytelling (Garageband) to create a podcast sharing student voices.

    • Podcasting Workflows<– classroom digital storytelling
    • Comments, e.g. – http://www.speedofcreativity.org/2007/10/18/the-ethic-of-minimal-clicks-for-classroom-digital-storytelling/
  4. http://newtools.pbwiki.com/
  5. Podcast195V: Digital Storytelling with Gabcast and Voicethread (<– Click to browse MP4 to download)

    • 2007.10.18(木) 14:35 – This podcast is a screencast of the procedures required to use a distributed recording method (cell phone audio recording on-site at a museum for a student field trip via Gabcast) along with a web-based, collaborative digital storytelling tool (VoiceThread) to create a web-based digital story sharing student voices.

  6. Google search: http://www.google.com/search?q=voice+annotation&q=storytelling
  7. Web 2.0 in classrooms

1 Comment »

  1. […] could also be used to create a story. Indeed, the teacher would initiate the story by recording a storyline to which students would take […]

    Pingback by Voicethread in ESL classrooms | eveline fortin — March 21, 2013 @ 3:54 am | Reply


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