This podcast is a screencast of the procedures required to use a distributed recording method (cell phone audio recording on-site at a museum for a student field trip via Gabcast) along with a web-based, collaborative digital storytelling tool (VoiceThread) to create a web-based digital story sharing student voices.

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  1. View this digital story on VoiceThread (and please add your own feedback / comments)

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2 Responses to Podcast195V: Digital Storytelling with Gabcast and Voicethread

  1. Gail Desler says:

    Thank you, Wes, for providing such a detailed introduction to VoiceThread. I’ve just started exploring this wonderful tool and did not realize that teachers could upgrade to a Pro account for free nor had I thought about using a cell phone for the audio files.

    As always, your “folksy” style is much appreciated.

    Gail Desler

  2. Wesley Fryer says:

    Thanks Gail– you are most welcome, and I appreciate the feedback. As a big fan of folk music and folksonomies I certainly take your observation that I can have a “folksy” style as a great compliment! 🙂

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