This week I revised my two Educator Guides to VoiceThread. They are now shared with new, more precise titles and no longer have my consulting logo on them. They are shared with a Creative Commons-Attribution-Share Alike license, to facilitate easier integrating and sharing with your peers and students.
1. How to Create a VoiceThread (former title: Educator’s Guide to VoiceThread):
This guide provides clear, easy to follow steps for creating a private VoiceThread. Also included are handy tips for weaving in existing media from the New York Public Library and Flickr, as well as how to copy an existing VoiceThread to be reused in future classes.
2. How to Participate in a VoiceThread (former title: Introduction to VoiceThread):
Over the past few years, I have presented many, many workshops to professors and teachers about using VoiceThread for learning. One of the most common questions I receive is, “How do you teach your students how to use it?” This guide is essentially the precise handout I distribute to my own students. I’ve written it to a broad, generic audience so it can be re-used easily.
Both documents are also available on the Shared Resources tab of my blog.