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*[[Wimba/Voice_tools_index|Managing Voice Tools (Voice Tools Index)]]
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[[Image:Wimbavoiceboard.gif|frame|center|Wimba Voice Board (Instructor's View)]]
== See also ==
== See also ==

Revision as of 16:02, 19 November 2007


Wimba Voice tools are used to create vocal exercises, allowing teachers and students to make and listen to voice recordings in Moodle. There are 4 Voice tools in Moodle:

  1. Voice Boards - This is an audio discussion board where both teachers and students can post recordings which are linked together in a discussion thread.
  2. Voice Presentation - Web pages are presented alongside a Voice tool. Only the teacher can post the resource with its associated recording. Students can then post an audio comment.
  3. Podcaster - Used by the teacher to deliver 'podcasts'. Students can easily download a series of audio recordings (via iTunes or similar software) to mp3 players such as an iPod.
  4. Voice Recorder Block - Allows teachers to add vocal messages or announcements to the course homepage.

The Wimba Voice tools are non-standard Moodle modules.

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Wimba Voice Board (Instructor's View)

See also

  • Wimba.com Wimba Voice Tools are a 3rd-party non-standard module