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How-To-Guide: Recording Audio Files and Generating QR Codes ~ Langwitches Blog

How-To-Guide: Recording Audio Files and Generating QR Codes ~ Langwitches Blog | Into the Driver's Seat | Scoop.it

by Silvia Tolisano

 

"I shared a very successful collaboration between our Art teacher and Language Arts teacher in a previous post titled Transliteracy: QR Codes and Art as well as at several conferences and workshops I was leading in the past few months. To follow up on several requests by teachers and workshop attendees, I have created a easy step-by-step how to guide /info-flyer, if you would like to record your students and create QR codes to point to these audio files.

 

"The examples screenshots are from  Garageband (on a mac) and AudioMemo on the iPad. You can of course record the audio with any other app, program or device you have and are comfortable with using, editing and creating an mp3 or wave file."

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Three ways to create digital talking books for students with disabilities using Microsoft Word

Three ways to create digital talking books for students with disabilities using Microsoft Word | Into the Driver's Seat | Scoop.it
Create digital talking books for students with disabilities, in three steps, using Microsoft Word.

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Sunflower Foundation's curator insight, July 1, 2013 7:00 PM

Excellent idea. Not just for kiddies either. But it does presuppose computers and IT resources, which aren't necessarily available in developing countries. That is the filter I apply as our Foundation funds girls' education in those communities.

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5 Great iPad Apps for Taking Audio Notes

5 Great iPad Apps for Taking Audio Notes | Into the Driver's Seat | Scoop.it

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The Digital Aviator's curator insight, July 20, 2013 3:52 AM

Tools, tools, tools. Quality audio made quickly and efficiently has never been easier.

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The Perfect Assistant for Transcribing The Audio Track of Your Interviews: Transcribe

The Perfect Assistant for Transcribing The Audio Track of Your Interviews: Transcribe | Into the Driver's Seat | Scoop.it

Robin Good: If you have ever transcribed a video interview, you know how frustrating is to pause, restart and rewind the video a million times to be able to get the full audio track to be transcribed properly.

 

Transcribe comes to the rescue with a free online service that facilitates the transcription of any video. Transcribe provides a set of dedicated options to step through the audio track to be transcribed easily. 

 

You can pause, stop, slow down, speed up and rewind and forward of a few seconds the track at any moment by using a few keys on your computer keyboard.

 

To use it you only need to upload your .wav or .mp3 audio track and you are ready to go-

 

Very useful. 9/10

 

The service is free to use: http://transcribe.wreally.com/ 

 

(Unearthed by Ana Cristina Pratas - Reviewed by Robin Good) 


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