Easily add voice functionality to your website, blog, or wiki for free using RIA

I posted some information and an example of a free tool for internet-based speaking practice at my bloghttp://tech4esl.blogspot.com/2009/03/tesol-report-highlight-free-au... The free tools found at the website allow instructors who have access to a web page to easily add speaking and recording functionality to it. The tools work for websites, blogs and wikis. Try out the "Audio Drop Box" by reading the blog post and sending me an audio message. You can record for as long as you want! The Rich Internet Applications for Language Learning website was developed by CLEAR (The Center for Language Education and Research at Michigan State University). Examples and step-by-step instructions for using each tool are found at the RIA website. While intended for language practice, the tools could be used by anyone who wants their students to send them an audio comment, message, or response on any topic.

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Thanks for sharing the info.



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