I’ve used the SlideShare “synchronization tool” to sync up the recorded audio from my ITSC 2009 session “Copyright for Educators” with my slides.
Referenced links for this session are available on my presentation wiki page. This is the first SlideShare I’ve synchronized like this to recorded audio.
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Thanks, Wes. I loved learning that you could sink a sound track to a slideshare. Have to give this a try!
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I do know better!