At school, I spent more time than was healthy trying to create a synth epic a la Vangelis using the music department’s (at the time quite advanced) Roland D20. Unsuccessfully, as it turned out.
The keyboard had cost over £1200,
As part of our MSc we’ve had to read a paper by Guy Merchant (2009) on Web2.0, new literacies and the idea of learning though participation. We were asked to provide a response on it in a form of our choosing. I thought I’d have a go with Audioboo as I haven’t really had a chance to play with it.
Aviary has recently released a web based audio editor called Myna… and it’s well wrth a look regardless of what area of the curriculum you’re from.
Aviary already has an established web presence with its fantastic suite of image and
No matter where you go on the internet, whatever you discover it is a safe bet that Stephen Fry has got there before you!
So it is with AudioBoo…. Basically, it’s Twitter for audio.
I’ll start with the bad
Another good piece from Teachers’ TV. Part of their excellent ICT SOS series.
I’ve talked about using VLE’s to list suggested links… for students rather than free-Googling. Here they suggest using MS Publisher to create an HTML page and
Oxford and Cambridge universities have started posting podcasts on the iTunes U store…. They join the OU and University College London in making media from UK Uni’s available through this outlet. There is a tonne of stuff from American