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May 14, 2009


Voice Thread is an interactive slide sharing community that has some great uses, particularly for those teaching classes containing important visual data. You can upload images from your computer, your flickr account, facebook page, or a URL to create a slideshow. Then leave an audio, video or text comment and use the draw tools to highlight areas of the slide. Others can also leave comments about the slide in different formats, and the slideshow can be made private or public. This way if you're showing images for educational purposes under fair use practices, you can allow only those on your class roster to view the slides. VoiceThread even allows you to turn off commenting, so if you wanted to create a class discussion for a certain period of time, you can cut off commenting after the due date.

hat tip to MPB Reflections: 21st Century Teaching and Learning for highlighting this tool

Posted by hthrlowe at May 14, 2009 02:05 PM


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