Julie Baird
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At 1:38pm on November 25, 2011, Grace Gorman said…

Audacity is also a free downlaod and really easy to use if all you need is a voice file.

At 12:08pm on December 5, 2009, Artault Emmanuelle said…
Brilliant ! Thanks for helping.
Don't worry about the delay. It's crazy around here too ! What kind of subjects do you have ? If you have some about Christmas, could you consider sending them first ?
For the files, the best way would be to send them as attached document to an email. But if you have 50 of them, I hope it won't take too much time. Maybe you could compress the files (.zip files) and upload them to Mediafire or Megaupload.
Let me know what is best for you.
I'm looking forward to listening to these files. Thanks again !
At 4:54am on November 15, 2009, Artault Emmanuelle said…
Hi ! I'm glad you appreciated Audio-Lingua. I'm actually part of the teachers who are in charge of the site and it's always very nice to feel that what you do can be useful to others... As you can imagine, we're always looking for new documents. I was wondering if you would be interested in submitting some. Christmas is coming. It would be nice to have various comments on how it is celebrated all over the world or what kind of presents you're going to buy for your family/friends. You could also talk about yourself, your job, whatever you feel like sharing. You could pass the message along and see if any of your students would be interested in doing so too. You can submit documents directly onto the site or you can also send me a message and I can do it for you. Thanks again for your interest and I'm looking forward to hearing from you. In the meantime, I feel there's a lot I can learn on Classroom 2.0. Let's go for a happy surfing ! Emmanuelle Artault, France
At 8:32pm on July 25, 2009, Jennifer Garcia said…
Hi Julie thanks for getting back to me. I teach high school students as well as part of our cross curricular initiative and this is where ToonDoo has been so very popular. I will definitely try out Pixton with them this year coming. Did the kids say why they prefer it to ToonDoo?
At 12:28pm on July 12, 2009, Mike said…
You and I have had some great dialogue on the "Are Interactive Whiteboards Necessary?" post and I was wondering if you might be able to help me with something. I'm teaching a grad class on ed. tech currently and have a student who is getting a SMARTboard in her room next year. She is a foreign language teacher and could use some ideas. (Just to be clear, I'm not agains IWBs, just the cost). I thought you'd be a good resource. Could I get your email to share with this student? I'll add you as a colleague and you can send it there if it's cool. Thanks
At 7:57am on July 6, 2009, Fred Ravan said…
Thanks--that was very nice. It also makes my life easier. Usually we do listening the old fashion way which is cumbersome.
At 1:03pm on May 17, 2009, Obe Hostetter said…
We would love to have you join the 1600 SMARTBoard users sharing ideas, lessons, websites and any questions on SMARTBoards and Senteo clickers at http://smartboardrevolution.ning.com


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