Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Recording your voice, part of Teaching Techniques: Blended Learning.
- The human voice is one of the most powerful…teaching and learning tools we have.…Learning to create a good recording…of your own voice…is a skill everyone can learn.…Creating a good recording requires three things.…A quiet place to record,…a good microphone,…and the right recording settings.…Let's start with where to record.…If you have your own office,…a small meeting room,…or even a spare bedroom at home,…you're all set.…Start with reducing outside noise…by closing your door or any windows.…
Mute the sound on your computer,…cell phone and any other devices in the space,…especially fans and heaters.…Sit up comfortably in your chair,…and adjust your monitor…so that the screen is angled…slightly away from you.…Next, let's talk about microphones.…Look for a headset mic with noise cancelling…and a USB connection.…You can find a good one online…for about $30.…Put the headset on,…and adjust the mic arm…so that it's pointing straight out…in front of your face,…and is about even with your top lip.…
You can also use the headset mic…
- Understanding blended learning
- Humanizing course materials
- Designing blended courses with Google Apps
- Setting up sharing on iOS and Android devices
- Capturing mobile screenshots
- Recording audio and video
- Creating a YouTube channel for sharing video
- Blending courses with an LMS
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Getting Started
2. Blending with Google Apps
3. Blending with Mobile
4. Blending with Video
5. LMS and Open Blending
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