Voice Tools Student: Presentations - Listening to and Adding Comments Moodle ISU
Voice Presentations combine vocal and text-based commentary alongside a website or any other web-based content. This provides a resource to create a vocal slide-show, web tour, or review of any curricula across disciplines--including web pages, images, and internet-based media. Only instructors can create Voice Presentations. This guide will explain how to add a comment to a Voice Presentation created by the instructor.
This guide will cover:
Note: Many mobile devices do not run Java and therefore the Voice Tools applications will not be accessible on those devices. If you are unsure if your device will run Java you may need to check with the device manufacturer.
Guides for the other student voice tools:
Note: A pop-up window will appear and you will be asked to run the application. If this window does not appear, you may need to disable the pop-up blocker in your browser. For instructions, see Voice Tools Student: Browser Pop-up Blockers.
Adding Comments to Presentations
Students can add comments to a Presentation slide for the instructor to see. For example, a student may want to ask for clarification on a topic or term that they did not understand.
Note: Once you have started recording, the Pause and Stop buttons will illuminate.
To add text to a comment:
Note: Your comment will be threaded with your name under the slide you added it to, but only you and your instructor will see your comment.
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