Tools for Audio Projects Part 3
Getting it into Learners’ Hands (and Ears!)
Now that you have had a chance to test some different tools and create some audio files, here are some ways to share them.
Your service’s channel: Using a service like Chirbit or iPadio makes it simple – just use the channel associated with your username.
YouTube: YouTube.com is the world’s #1 service for video sharing – but sadly many school districts block it.
TeacherTube: If you can’t use YouTube, try www.TeacherTube.com instead. Teacher Tube even has a section dedicated just for audio files! The site’s ads are annoying, but you can pay to upgrade and reduce them.
Email: If your learners have email accounts, Vocaroo, Chirbit, and most iPad and phone apps make it easy to send files by email.
Your website: If you have a website, blog, wiki, Schoology class, Moodle course, etc. Vocaroo, Chirbit, and iPadio make it easy to get a link or embed code to put your audio on your site (assuming you know how to edit your site).
Social media: If you have a FaceBook page or Twitter account, many apps and services will allow you to post directly to your account. Again, many schools block these services, so they may not be a good option for you.