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Dennis OConnor

Create Elearning with Google Voice - 5 views

  • Create Elearning with Google Voice EPS411 is developing ways to use Google Voice to create elearning. In the audio file below - recorded by calling my Google Voice number - I describe the process of how I recorded the message and suggest several uses for Google Voice to create elearning content. Since Google Voice gives so many output options - mp3 file, embed code, transcript, email - the options for elearning production seem unlimited. How could you use Google Voice for elearning production?
  • Potential uses include: Rapid production of Just-in-time training Record a SME introduction to an elearning program or answers to user questions Create “on-your-mind” training for later incorporation into an elearning program, podcast, blog post, or discussion.
  • EPS411 is developing ways to use Google Voice to create elearning. In the audio file below – recorded by calling my Google Voice number – I describe the process of how I recorded the message and suggest several uses for Google Voice to create elearning content. Since Google Voice gives so many output options – mp3 file, embed code, transcript, email – the options for elearning production seem unlimited.
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    | EPS411 ELearning Design and Production Just picked up on this concept. Use of audio in an online class can be very powerful and this might be an slick way to get the job done. One issue that always nags is the need for a transcript. To be accessible to the deaf, podcasts in courses should have a transcript. I've taken to writing a transcript before I record, even though I'm more comfortable with just winging it. I remain surprised that the voice to text technology remains so clunky (or expensive) that this isn't a build in feature with recording programs. If anyone know of a well priced product that produces audio files and a transcript at the same time... LET ME KNOW!
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