What can I do with VoiceThread?
VoiceThread allows you to create presentations with audio or video narration. You can add many types of media to your presentation’s slides, including images, documents, and video. Once you’ve shared your presentation, you can allow viewers to add comments to its slides through audio, video, or text. VoiceThread is a web-based application, so the presentations you create can be played on the web, whether your viewers have a computer or mobile device.
Using VoiceThread in your class?
How do I start using VoiceThread?
VoiceThread isn’t supported by the University of Maine system, but you can register for a free account at VoiceThread.com. Give it a try, and if you decide you want to use it in your class, request a single instructor license from CTEL (just email CTELhelp@maine.edu). With a single instructor license, you can create a group for your students, which allows them full access to VoiceThread.
What do I need to know about using VoiceThread?
This tutorial covers the basics of creating a VoiceThread and setting up a group for your class.
Where can I learn more about VoiceThread?
VoiceThread provides a wealth of online information that you can consult if you want to learn more about its features. You can also meet with one of CTEL’s learning designers if you’d like more personalized assistance.
VoiceThread has dozens of tutorial videos in its YouTube channel.
If you prefer reading text tutorials, visit VoiceThread’s Support site.
Voicethread accessibility information is listed in its Support site.