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Pages and Files
Above and Beyond
iPads and Mobile devices
ISTE Teacher Standards
Photos and Photoediting
Add "All Pages"
What are they and Why create them?
Audio files are files you listen to (audio!!). They are great because the developer can narrate and the listener then listens. Unfortunately, they don't work well with students who cannot hear. You should provide a text version on the audio file for them.
This is my silly sample of a podcast done in class.
This is a sample minicast I created on a family vacation I took out west. Minicasts allow you to combine photos with an audio track to create a video slideshow. You can share your minicast with friends on Facebook, Twitter, blogs and beyond.
Here is a sample
I made which is another way to podcast information for your students.
Create an audio podcast using Audacity
or other software (see
14 Free and Simple Digital Media Tools article by Sara Bernard
Export as an mp3 file.
Post mp3 on your wiki.
Download Audacity for free at:
Need a tutorial? Try:
Need free music? Try:
Adhere to Fair Use and Copyright rules when using music!
Use Audacity to create a one minute lecture
Read about one minute lectures
Create one using Audacity or some other application
Post to your website
Lecture Capture: Lights! Camera! Action!
How to use Audacity in Swart Lab
This website has many different podcast made for physical education purposes and other sports information.
help on how to format text
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