Discovery Exercise – Audio


Voice reveals tone, inflection, and emphasis. It personalizes communication and can be a powerful tool. There are many ways you can include audio content in both face-to-face and online courses. Voice reveals tone, inflection, and emphasis. It personalizes communication and can be a powerful tool. There are many ways you can include audio content in both face-to-face and online courses.

Option 1: Create Audio

  1. If you have not already selected an Audio tool or resource, go to #EmTechWIKI Discover page, select the appropriate module, and then an Audio tool or resource you would like to explore by choosing Audio in the Category field.
  2. Using that tool, create an artifact showcasing what you have learned.
  3. Embed or link the audio file that you created to your ePortfolio.
  4. Reflect on how you might successfully incorporate audio materials into your life (e.g., school, work, etc.). How does the use of these tools increase collaboration between individuals?
  5. If you are enrolled in the MOOC, remember to return to “Activities and Discussion Prompt” to complete that Module. Here is a link back to #EmTechMOOC in Coursera.

Option 2: Explore Audio

  1. If you have not already selected an Audio tool or resource to explore, go to #EmTechWIKI Discover page, choose the appropriate module, and then an Audio tool by clicking Audio in the Category field
  2. Embed or link the example you have found and reviewed as an artifact in your ePortfolio.
  3. Reflect on what you liked or disliked about the tool and why you chose the tool that you did. Can you see any features or components of the audio tool that would be useful when applied to your life (e.g., school, work, etc.)?
  4. If you are enrolled in the MOOC, remember to return to “Activities and Discussion Prompt” to complete that Module. Here is a link back to #EmTechMOOC in Coursera.