Locating Audio




Audio Pal is a web tool that allows you to record voice messages and embed them in a website. What a great way for teachers to share an explanation of the night's homework or describe what will be on the next quiz. This is a free service that can add messages to class websites, school sites, or even blogs.


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History Channel Speeches & Audio
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This is a great site that allows you to use music in your classroom Podcasts, Vodcasts, or class videos. As long as you give credit to the artist and the site from which you get the music you are allowed to use the media in any way you wish.



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A great site to help find royalty-free music for use with projects and presentations.




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Recording Audio


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This program offers a very good music editor and audio recorder. You can actually do fairly complex mixes with this program as well. Take music and mix it with voice and then export it for use with your digital projects.



Audacity Training Videos


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Vocaroo is a simple site that allows you to record your voice online (no download required!). Your recording can be sent as voice message attached to an email or saved and used like any other sound file. Imagine recording the daily homework at the end of the day and emailing it to a distribution list of your students.


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Tim's Diigo Library Tagged "Audio"

Classroom Uses of Audio/Podcasting














Audio Resources