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Vittle Free: Interactive Whiteboard Video Recorder

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Get Vittle Free: Interactive Whiteboard Video Recorder to Teach Concepts, Show Presentations, and Explain Everything You Need on the App Store. See screenshots and ratings, and read customer reviews.

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Produce Video Presentations and Lectures, Right on your iPad.

Vittles combine your photos, handwriting, and voice into engaging videos that can be instantly shared with anyone.

CREATE A VIDEO, JUST BY WRITING AND SPEAKING

Get your point across, clearly and exactly, every time.

Vittle works like a magic whiteboard that records what you write and say:

- Annotate images and sketch using the ultra-smooth ink of our proprietary Inkflow Engine,
- Resize and move anything around the page,
- Zoom in to focus on key points,
- Describe even complex topics in a clear and engaging way.

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John Dalziel's curator insight, February 21, 9:53 AM

Vittle is yet another iPad app that lets users easily narrate and annotate photographs and PDF slide decks to create highly engaging video clips.
Other features provided by Vittle include being able to...
   - Annotate,
   - sketch,
   - Resize elements,
   - move anything around the "page",
   - Zoom in to focus on key points,
   - Visually navigate through even complex topics.

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WordTalk - A free text-to-speech plugin for Microsoft Word

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WordTalk - A free text-to-speech plugin for Microsoft Word. For people with reading and writing difficulties, having text reinforced by hearing it read aloud can be very useful.

 

Do you and/or your learners proof read their work?

 

When producing documents,I always read the text out loud and, quite often, recorded it at the same time, using Audacity.

 

That way I spot mistakes that my eyes often miss and I also have the text in a format many learners/colleagues preferred (Audio/mp3 files)

 

Many people wouldn't be comfortable doing that and prefer text to speech tools.

 

There are plenty of add-ons to do this task in a browser, but for desktop programs like Microsoft Word, they are a little harder to come by.

 

WordTalk is an example of a text-to-speech plug-in for Microsoft Word, and best of all, it’s completely free.

 

WordTalk has all the features users need from a text-to-speech program.

 

As the text is read, the text is highlighted making it easier to follow along with the audio.

 

Users can...

- change the colour of the highlight to match their preferences.

- change the speed at which the program reads the text.

- also save the speech for listening to later (WAV or MP3)


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