Today I helped one of our district librarians, Jennie Wilmes, create new AudioBoo channels for an upcoming 3rd grade research project about animals. We recorded a six minute video tutorial together about the steps required to do this using the same Gmail account, with the “+text” trick.
Hat tip to Sue Waters for sharing this Gmail trick back in 2008 in her post, “Creating Student Accounts Using One Gmail Account.”
Check out the AudioBoo channels in use by Yukon Public Schools’ teachers and students on the YPS Interactive Teacher Sites page.
by Rob Enslin
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