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Using an Online Recording Tool for Music, Podcasts, Audio Recordings, and More!

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Would like to learn about a free, collaborative tool that you and your students can use for audio recording and more? Soundtrap can be used to create podcasts, compose music, and record songs, as well as for a variety of other applications that help make learning stick. Join Google Certified Innovator Sarah Thomas as she provides an overview of how to use the tool, along with suggestions for using it in your classroom. Whether you teach music or any other subject, you will discover how this great tool can enhance your classroom and your students' skills.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Wednesday, March 7, 2018 @ 5:30 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Digital Media, Podcasting, Tools for Student Projects, Web Tool Overviews
Tags: audio recordings, collaboration, composing music, creativity, music, podcasts, soundtrap

Reviews (24)

good information
Good information
I like the possibilities that I am imagining but never even knew existed. This creates a different way for me to connect with my students in the virtual classroom. Class discussion is strained, more students would like to speak but decide not to, even when I ask by roll call. Thank you for showing me how I can make lessons more interactive and self pacing for my students.
nice work
Some great tricks for soundtrap.
Nice work
Basic Member
Great Job love the idea of student podcast for their knowledge learned.
Thanks, very useful info.
Full Member
Thanks for the resource.
Great Webinar. The biggest plus of the paid edu version is the walled garden, which keeps it COPPA compliant. This keeps the outside world from contacting your students and your students from contacting the outside world. You can also control whether your students can video chat or not (how they collaborate). That helps a bunch.
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