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FR07 - Multimodal Response to Student Writing: Using Audio-Recording and Screen-Capture Software for Teacher Commentary 
November 22, 2013   12:30pm - 2:00pm
Total Credits:
0.10 CH  
  Synced Audio / Video / Slides

Audio-recording programs like Audacity allow teachers to easily give oral feedback as a supplement to or replacement for written response to student writing, while screen-capture software like Camtasia allows students to view video images of instructors’ computer screens and hear their oral commentaries during the review process. This session will introduce the basic features of Audacity and Camtasia as they relate to responding to student writing, outline tips for using each of these programs for response, and weigh the relative advantages and disadvantages of each program as accessories or alternatives to more traditional modes of teacher commentary.

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