Monthly Archive: October 2011

Oct 27

Have Students Create An Actors’ Commentary Video

One of the best parts of DVD movies are the commentaries by directors, actors, costume designers, and others involved in the creation and production of films. A few years ago, Kevin Honeycutt and I were talking about student video production and came up with the idea of a “Director’s Commentary” or an “Actor’s Commentary” video …

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Oct 13

A Second Grade Field Trip to the Zoo with AudioBoo

This week on Tuesday my daughter’s second grade class took their fall field trip to the Oklahoma City Zoo. I brought my iPhone and iRig microphone, and the girls in our group used the camera along with the free app AudioBoo to record some reflections during our visit. We recorded nine AudioBoos (all less than …

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Oct 11

Audio Editing Apps

I received a request from Lorelei Loveridge, who I met last week in Doha, Qatar, asking for a list all the apps I use on my iPhone and iPad. Fortunately this isn’t an extremely time consuming list to share since I’ve been using Appolicious for about a year. ALMOST all the apps I use along …

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Oct 02

Win a Digital Audio Recorder in October 2011

Win a Digital Audio Recorder in October 2011

By sharing at least ONE example of a student media project in October 2011, you could win an RCA VR5320 1GB Digital Voice Recorder! This recorder is wonderful to use for student digital storytelling projects, including oral history interviews. The recorder is USB-ready with it’s own USB plug. No cords or adapters are required. The recorder …

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