Monthly Archive: June 2011

Jun 26

Comparing No-Edit Cloud Based Audio Recording Options

We frequently hear people say “a picture is worth a thousand words,” but pictures can be worth far more to us when they can speak through an associated audio recording. Cloud-based audio recording services like, and offer students and teachers the ability to quickly create AND share “no edit” audio recordings. These …

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Jun 24

Explaining No-Edit Audio Recording Power with an AudioBoo from Pearl Harbor

Websites like AudioBoo, Cinch, and iPadio which permit “no-edit” audio recording and publishing can be utilized in extremely constructive, powerful and creative ways. I’m finishing up my chapter on Audio tools for my first eBook, “Playing with Media: simple ideas for powerful sharing,” and I’m using an AudioBoo my daughter, Rachel, recorded at the USS …

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Jun 15

TEPSA11 iPad Workshop

These are ideas for creating and sharing media using iPads during the June 15, 2011 workshop at TEPSA in Austin, Texas, led by Wesley Fryer. Backchanneling Post responses, comments, questions, and links to Post to Twitter using the hashtag #tepsa11 Share Text Email text (as well as rich media files) to (Examples:5 Photo Stories …

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Jun 09

Playing with Media in Houston, Texas

Today I’m in Houston, Texas, (Missouri City, to be exact) for the 2011 Fort Bend ISD District Technology Conference. My primary message is: As educators we need to make time for playing with media! The theme of the FBISD conference this year is “Inspiration, Innovation, and Integration.” In addition to the opening keynote, “Leading Schools …

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