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This voice thread tutorial can be use as part of a staff development on technology in education.

This voice thread tutorial can be use as part of a staff development on technology in education.

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  • 1. Creating a VoiceThreadGo to VoiceThread at http://voicethread.com/#home.Click on Sign in or Register at the top.Click Register at the bottom.
  • 2. Start your Voice Thread experience by viewing What is a VoiceThread. Click the Browse tab and find What is a Voice Thread.You’ll need your sound on to hear the narration. It a great wayto learn about what Voice Thread can do.
  • 3. To create a voice Thread,click on Create.The VoiceThread can be created from this screen.Upload pictures by clicking the Upload button..
  • 4. Once images are loaded, you can click on Edit title toadd the name of the Voice Thread and description
  • 5. To load new users, click on Comment.
  • 6. A pop-up with all the loaded identities will display. Click on Create New Identity.Click Add an Identity at the bottom of the scroll down menu.
  • 7. Type in the name and click Select an Image to browse for a picture. Once the image is loaded, click Save.
  • 8. To record a message, click on your identity from the list. Make sure a microphone is plugged into your computer, then press Record.
  • 9. You can share you voice thread by copying a link or clicking in embed.