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Collated articles relevant to Aqua-tnet, the EU Erasmus Lifelong Learning Thematic Network for Aquaculture, Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management (www.aquatnet.com)
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AQUA-TNET Digital Teaching Skills Workshop - Materials, Report & Interviews

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A set of interviews recorded at the AQUA-TNET Digital Teaching Skills Workshop in June 2014 are now available on the project website together with most of the materials used in the workshop and an overall report on the event.

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Thanks to Clive Dove for producing the latest audio contribution to this record of the event.

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EIF/LINQ 2014 Conference Interviews

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The EFQUEL Innovation Forum & LINQ Conference held in May 2014 addressed one of the greatest challenges in today’s quality development for education and training: how to achieve quality for opening up education? This page collects a selection of audio interviews with some of the key speakers.

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If like me you were unable to attend this conference - catch up with some of the key ideas through these short interviews.

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Caitlin Nicholson - eLearning Localization: Voiceover vs Subtitling!

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Audio components are a main element in most eLearning courses across different platforms. As you look to localize your eLearning courses to reach a global audience, you are not only looking at the on-screen text and images, but the spoken parts as well. What solution is right for you?
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This could be a good discussion point for the forthcoming Aqua-tnet workshop on digital teaching skills

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Giving Students Feedback With Kaizena (Voice Comments) Tutorial

Published on Sep 10, 2013

Use your voice to give students feedback about their papers in Google Docs. I've only played with this a little bit so far, but I'm really excited to be able to use Kaizena to give my students feedback this year. Being able to add links to resources and reuse those links for other students is so helpful. If you have questions I'm on twitter @JenRoberts1 and the guys who make kaizena are @kaizenaFB if you have feedback for them, or email founders@kaizena.com


Via Dennis T OConnor
John Bostock's insight:

If you have the option of using Google Docs with students, this looks a very useful tool as it links audio comments with specific highlighting and links to other resources.

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David Miles's curator insight, September 20, 2013 6:17 PM

I think this has the potential to be of great use with English Language Learners, especially since they tend to understand the spoken word better than the written.

Maryalice Leister's comment, September 20, 2013 6:29 PM
Very true, David. One more tool to meet the needs of individual learners.
harish magan's comment, September 20, 2013 10:57 PM
OK. it is indeed very good