What tools can my students use to record audio?
🎙 Recently, I shared a set of tools that I think are great if you want your students to record and edit audio. In this post and infographic, I’d like to dial that back with a set of tools that I think are great for simply recording audio.
Each of these 7 tools has 2 basic steps:
That’s pretty much it.
🎤 A few of them have some basic editing abilities but for the most part, they all shine because they make it easy to simply record and share audio! Check out the infographic to see which one is the best fit for you!
💡 In Chapter 8 of Educational Duct Tape: An EdTech Integration Mindset, I discuss the 7 tools in greater detail, but you can learn the basics about them in this PDF version of the infographic!
📖 More details about each tool (and a few others) are in the book!
Click on the image to sign up for my newsletter and grab the PDF to learn a bit about recording audio with Screencastify, Vocaroo, Mote, Flipgrid, AudioVoiceRecorder.com, Cloud Audio Recorder, and Padlet. And, bonus, if I change my recommendations or add tools to the infographic later, you’ll get an update in your inbox!