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  • 1. Using a Voki to Give Students a Voice Stephanie Garey EDT 6440 Mashup Presentation Spring 2008
  • 2. What is a Voki?
    • “Voki enables users to express themselves on the web in their own voice using a talking character”.
    • A “Voki can speak with your own voice which is added via microphone, upload, or phone”.
    • (from “About Voki” at Voki.com)
  • 3. What is a Voki?
    • Vokis are sharable, portable, and easy to create. Once a Voki is completed, students can:
      • Publish it to a Blog
      • Post it on a Website
      • Share it with others via email or mobile phone
    • (from “About Voki” at Voki.com)
  • 4. Why use Voki in a Classroom?
    • Creating a Voki allows students to deliver 60 seconds of spoken word using an online character and their own voice. A Voki can be used to:
      • Deliver a speech
      • Do a dramatic reading
      • Give personal opinions on a topic
      • Deliver a book report or essay
      • And more…
  • 5. Why use Voki in a Classroom?
    • Creating a Voki allows students to express themselves with the comfort of knowing it is not them being seen but their online character.
      • No more stage fright
      • Less fear of peer ridicule
  • 6. Why use Voki in a Classroom?
    • Creating a Voki allows students to enhance their creativity, their speaking skills and their technology skills by:
      • Allowing them to design their avatar (if the teacher chooses)
      • Allowing them to use their own voice to deliver the desired message
      • Allowing them to share their avatar with others
  • 7. How to create a Voki
    • Please view the video Creating a Voki (created for this presentation)
    • To create a Voki (the quick version):
      • Go to www.voki.com
        • Must register/log in
      • Click “Create”
  • 8. How to create a Voki
    • Pick your avatar
    • Add accessories
    • Add a background
  • 9. How to create a Voki
    • Give your character a voice. You can do this by:
      • Having Voki call you to record audio
      • Typing in text and choosing a voice
      • Using the microphone to record your own audio
  • 10. How to create a Voki
    • Publish your Voki. You can publish to:
      • A Website
      • A Blog ( click for example )
      • Or share your Voki via email or mobile phone
  • 11. Voki (www.voki.com)
    • It’s easy
    • It’s fun
    • It’s versatile
    • It’s sharable
      • Share with parents
      • Share with other students/staff
      • Post on the school website
    • For more information please review the video Creating a Voki (created for this presentation)
  • 12. References
    • For the speech used in creating the Voki
      • Susan B. Anthony’s 1872 speech on Women’s Right to vote found at http:// www.historyplace.com/speeches.anthony.htm .
    • For information on Voki
      • Voki.com, “About Voki” found at http:// www.voki.com .
  • 13. For more information, please see:
    • Creating a Voki – a five minute tutorial I created on how to make a Voki
    • Voki embedded in a blog - a Voki I created, and embedded in a blog. This Voki is speaking the first paragraph of Susan B. Anthony’s 1872 speech on Women’s Right to Vote.