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VoiceThread: Conversations in the Cloud

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Presented at the University of Arizona in July, 2015.

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VoiceThread: Conversations in the Cloud

  1. 1. CONVERSATIONS IN THE CLOUD Michelle Pacansky-Brock @brocansky Resource Site → tiny.cc/vtoverview
  2. 2. ● Site license acquired in August 2013 ○ Includes LTI Integration (BB) and Single Sign On ○ Gradebook integration ○ Auto creation of instructor and student accounts ○ Auto creation of a secure VT Group for each course ● 129 total faculty users 76% active in past 10 months ● 2578 total student users 70% active in last 10 months VoiceThread @CI Resource Site: tiny.cc/vtoverview
  3. 3. What makes VoiceThread different? Resource Site: tiny.cc/vtoverview
  4. 4. CILearn: Discussion Forum Resource Site: tiny.cc/vtoverview
  5. 5. The VoiceThread Interface central media (image, doc, video, pdf, audio file) comments (voice, video or text) Resource Site: tiny.cc/vtoverview
  6. 6. Group Interactions with Voice & Video Comments & the Doodle Tool
  7. 7. Supporting All Learners
  8. 8. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Resource Site: tiny.cc/vtoverview
  9. 9. Commenting Options for Everyone Resource Site: tiny.cc/vtoverview
  10. 10. ● Cognitive domain ● Affective domain ● Psychomotor domain Whole brain learning.
  11. 11. Resource Site: tiny.cc/vtoverview
  12. 12. Resource Site: tiny.cc/vtoverview
  13. 13. Faculty Share Session Maria Ballesteros-Sola
  14. 14. Let’s see what online students have to say about VoiceThread.
  15. 15. “I can say that all of my other online classes, I remember maybe one name from the class and that is because I knew them in real life. I feel like I ‘know’ most of my classes [in this class] because of the activities assigned.”
  16. 16. “Listening gave me a better understanding of the material. In the showcase assignments, you could actually hear the passion in the speakers’ voices…”
  17. 17. “…having to say the words helped me understand what I was talking about better than if I had just been writing it down.”
  18. 18. “…it made me re-evaluate my answers. Mostly because I didn't want to sound like I had no idea what I was talking about. Plus when you write something down there is not much emotion to it and being able to speak out loud my ideas made me feel like I could connect and explain the material better.”
  19. 19. “I feel that taking this class and having been required to push myself to leave voice comments has helped me learn that I am capable of overcoming my fears of embarrassment.”
  20. 20. Michelle Pacansky-Brock michelle.pacansky-brock@csuci.edu @brocansky TLInnovations.cikeys.com