Practical Ed Tech Tip of the Week – Two Easy Ways to Create Audio Recordings

An audio recording doesn’t have to go through the full-fledged production process of creating a podcast in order for it to be a valuable activity for students. Creating short, unedited, audio recordings is a good way for students to record and share their reflections on things that they have learned and observed in your classroom. SpeakPipe Audio Recorder and Vocaroo are two services that make it easy to quickly create and share audio recordings. Neither tool requires users to create accounts. Both tools provide options for downloading your recordings. Video tutorials on both tools are embedded below.

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