VoiceThread engages students with content, with their instructor and with each other. VoiceThread’s Free Workshops: May and June - My VoiceThread. Join us for some professional development! VoiceThread is hosting 6 free online sessions in the coming months to help both Higher Ed. and K-12 educators develop ideas for enhancing their classes. Each session will be led by George Haines, an expert VoiceThreader, Instructional Designer, and former K-12 educator. George will share his expertise, showcase some exemplary VoiceThreads, and facilitate an open discussion about lesson design. Check out the sessions below and click on each link to register. Anyone is welcome to join us.
The format for each training will include a presentation plus hands-on activities that will continue asynchronously in VoiceThread after the live session is over. VoiceThread Basics 1- upload, comment and share: In this workshop, participants will learn how to upload media, comment and annotate on that media, and share it with others. Wednesday May 13th, 7pm ET: Register Here Teaching Reading and Writing with VoiceThread: Wednesday May 20th, 7pm ET: Register Here. Atomic Learning: VoiceThread Training. Skip to content Skip to navigation Skip to login Beginning of dialog content User Settings End of dialog content Log In opens form dialog Help FAQ VoiceThread Training Description From VoiceThread®: "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).
VoiceThread YouTube Tutorials. VoiceThread YouTube Channel. New VoiceThread Features (7/27/15) If you are an administrator of a VoiceThread license of any kind, sign in and then we’ll show you how to make the switch to the New VoiceThread. Our school integrates with VoiceThread (GAFE, LTI, LDAP, Shibboleth, CAS); is there anything we need to do on our end to make sure our users can authenticate and access their accounts without any trouble? When you upgrade your organization, the new VoiceThread will work seamlessly no matter how it is integrated.
Note: If you have embedded VoiceThreads in the past, you will need to re-embed them using the new embed code after you update. Will the new version work in all the major web browsers? Yes, the new VoiceThread works well in all modern web browsers. Is there support documentation available for the new features? Find full documentation of the new VoiceThread at How can I test the new VoiceThread before upgrading? Just click this link to use the new VoiceThread before you actually upgrade your entire organization. Support - Contact. Please see if your question is already answered here. If not, please send us a message and we'll be happy to assist you. Download W-9 Address: P.O. Box 970533 Boca Raton, FL 33497-0533 Phone: +1 919 724 4486 Fax: +1 253 785 0036 (X) close answer VoiceThread does accept purchase orders for any purchase over $50. Select the VoiceThread Product that best suits your needs.Click the Purchase button to add the product to your shopping cart.Select the Purchase Order tab on the checkout page.Enter your postal code to determine if your organization has previously set up a purchase profile with VoiceThread.
If you’d prefer to receive a quote in advance or have any questions, please contact us. Note: Please make sure that your purchase order includes the name and email address of the registered VoiceThread user who will be using the product so that we can deliver it quickly and accurately. If you still haven't received an email, it could be caught in a spam filter. Why was I charged? Support: FAQ. VoiceThread Support | Everything you need to know about using VoiceThread. VoiceThread: Enhanced Community, Increased Social Presence and Improved Visual Learning | Online Learning Consortium, Inc. About - Digital Library.
The Digital Library is a database of articles about successful VoiceThread projects. Our hope is to create a resource that offers guidance and inspiration for people undertaking new projects. Please contribute a VoiceThread to help the Digital Library grow. All About Polar Bears - Kindergarten ESL by Monica Schnee Monica Schnee taught a nonfiction social studies/science unit about polar bears. We spent a lot of time reading books, looking at websites, particularly National Geographic and Nature on PBS. They collected facts, a word that children learned in nonfiction. Higher Ed Grammar Practice - Infinitive or Gerund? Students practice grammar by forming sentences from a word cloud. Language learners use VoiceThread to practice speaking - Bophany Huot, City College of San Francisco This is a great example of how an ESL student can practice her computer skills and her language skills to talk about everyday activities.
Education Using VoiceThread in an online course from Professor Russ Meade. My VoiceThread – Blog and Webinars - Voicethread | Home | UAA Commons. EduTip: Student Created VoiceThreads for Presentation & Peer Review. Add a VoiceThread Assignment LINK to your Blackboard Course To begin navigate to the Blackboard content area you would like to build your VoiceThread within: Select > “Build Content”Select > “VoiceThread UAA” Follow these “Create a VoiceThread” Options: Name the Assignment LinkEnter Instructions in the Content Editor (NOTE: Do not enter multi-paragraph instructions in the BB content editor, this breaks the sign in links)Attach Documents (if needed)Enable Grading – YESAdd points possibleMake Visible to StudentsEnter Due DateOptions (Select your choices) Permit Users to View ContentTrack # ViewsSelect Date and Time RestrictionsSubmit Create the Assignment within the VoiceThread Interface Once you have created the VoiceThread link, select the new link to enter the VoiceThread interface, there are 2 steps to this process.
Select the New VoiceThread Link you just createdAt VoiceThread Setup Select: “Assignment Builder” At Select a type of assignment select: “Create a VoiceThread” Example Links View: 100 Ways to Use VoiceThread in Education. EduTip: Create a A Graded VoiceThread Assignment. EduTip: Three Media Tools for Community in your Course. For the month of September Academic Innovations & eLearning (AIeL) is focusing on Community in the classroom. Most of us have participated in faceless and voiceless online course or other eLearning experience and did not feel connected to the instructor or other students. Conversely I hope we have all participated in a course where we got to know our instructor, see them smile and describe their teaching style and expectations in their own words. How can we accomplish this in our UAA courses? In this EduTip we will take a look at three media tools that both instructors and students may use to create a sense of presence in online course, connect with their peers and build their community.
Video Everywhere (webcam) Video Everywhere is a video recording tool within the Content Editor found throughout Blackboard. Blackboard VoiceThread LTI VoiceThread is a web-based application for engaging students in a dialogue around multimedia content. Screencast-O-Matic. EduTip: Digital Detours. Digital Detours is a subcommittee of the UAA E-Learning Workgroup, revised Spring 2014: Cindy Trussell and Kathleen Voge This list contains proactive solutions for keeping distance courses running when the LMS (Blackboard Learn), web conferencing (Blackboard Collaborate),or university email are not functioning properly.
Outages seldom happen for any length of time, but here are some great ideas to consider as you plan your next course. Collect external contact information from students at the beginning of the semester Create local spreadsheet or email contact group to save your students’ contact info.Create a content folder or menu item in Blackboard Learn (e.g. Establish communications expectations and response times Put a note in your contact info/introduction that lets students know that you will respond to emails within X number of hours (e.g. 24 or 48) and what your preferred method of communication is. Suggestions include: Selected items from literature review.
Voicethread Resources. About - Features. Accessibility At VoiceThread, we believe universal accessibility means more than just saying we meet a few guidelines in Section 508 of the US Rehabilitation Act. We do want to make our software usable by all people, and Section 508 does a good job of encouraging that, but we want to go one step further and make it straightforward and pleasant for everyone to use, as well. We want to serve the needs of a person with dyslexia or ADHD, an outdoor classroom with mobile devices, a user in the developing world without high-speed internet, a kindergartner, or an elderly lifelong learner.
In our experience, the only way to do this is by thoughtful and sensitive design, with lots of input from our differently-abled users, and that's something that can't be contained in any number of checkboxes. Input from users is especially important because often accessibility features aren't what we expected. Accessibility | VoiceThread Support. VoiceThread-Accessibility-Whitepaper. Instructor Discussion. Student Presentation Using Sign Language. Calculation Solving. Creative Writing. About - Digital Library.