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Voice Thread

Voice Thread is an interactive multimedia tool that allows users to comment on images, documents, and videos in a slideshow format. Unlike traditional discussion boards, instructors and students can leave comments using text, audio, or video on instructional materials. To learn more about what Voicethread can do for your online classes, go to voicethread.com/share/409/ 

How to:

VoiceThread Integration in Blackboard

Create a VoiceThread Presentations

Share a VoiceThread Presentation

FACULTY: Embed/link to a VoiceThread Presentation in Blackboard

STUDENTS: How to Share a VoiceThread Presentation in Blackboard

How to Make Comments on a VoiceThread Presentation
 

Troubleshooting:

Connecting your Microphone to VoiceThread

Connecting your Webcam to VoiceThread

To get started with Voice Thread, contact CTELT for an account with unlimited use of Voice Thread features and to learn about integrating Voice Thread in your online courses.
 

Workshops:

VoiceThread Support team will be offering two workshop series in the new year to help instructors get the most from VoiceThread.  All are completely free, and anyone is welcome to join!

In January 2015:

The first one will be a hands-on, three-part series on the VoiceThread basics.  Each workshop will focus on a different set of skills.  The first session is open to all VoiceThreaders, and the last two cover features only available to people using an upgraded license.  Click here to learn more and register.

In February 2015:

The February series will focus on three innovative ways to use VoiceThread: holding class on snow days, collaborating with experts, and storytelling.  Join us for any and all of them by registering here.

About these workshops:

Each workshop session is led by George Haines, an expert VoiceThreader, Instructional Designer, and former educator.  George will help you learn basic VoiceThread skills and discover new ways of applying those skills to enhance your classes.

 

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