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SlideSpeech: Present Directly to Video Using Text-to-Speech
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Your Name and Title:John Graves, PhD Student School or Organization Name:AUT University  Co-Presenter Name(s):- Area of the World from Which You Will Present:New Zealand Language in Which You Will…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by John Graves Nov 8, 2011.

 

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John Graves commented on Kim Wilkens's blog post flipping out
"Looks great Kim. I've added a lesson."
Nov 29, 2011
John Graves commented on Kim Wilkens's blog post flipping out
"The free and open source SlideSpeech system allows creation of on-line interactive guides. Adults and students can author collaboratively.  The live global education conference presentation of SlideSpeech is coming up, but a…"
Nov 14, 2011
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Proposed Collaboration on Wikipedia-style Mobile Learning Materials

I'm a PhD student in Auckland, New Zealand researching free and open source software development.This proposal draws together three observations:Wikipedia has been very successful at sharing collaboratively created reference materials.Khan Academy has been very successful at sharing video-based learning materials.Google has been…See More
Nov 11, 2011
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Proposed Collaboration on Wikipedia-style Mobile Learning Materials

I'm a PhD student in Auckland, New Zealand researching free and open source software development.This proposal draws together three observations:Wikipedia has been very successful at sharing collaboratively created reference materials.Khan Academy has been very successful at sharing video-based learning materials.Google has been…See More
Nov 11, 2011
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This is a group for anyone interested in serving as a mentor to other educators. Also, join this group if you'd like to partner with a mentor for some help.Mentoring could include help with running global projects and tech support.See More
Nov 11, 2011
John Graves replied to Genevieve's discussion Digital Story and Art Exchange for Elementary Students
"You may be interested in this new approach of using translations and computer voices to speak to other cultures (7 slides, includes audio in English)."
Nov 9, 2011
John Graves replied to Thomas Petra's discussion Sesson time links? in the group 2011 Global Education Conference Speakers
"You could make a blog posting about the conference and include links to your own talk and a time and date announcer. While this solution doesn't include the nifty "add to Google" feature, it does help promote the conference…"
Nov 9, 2011
John Graves replied to John Graves's discussion SlideSpeech: Present Directly to Video Using Text-to-Speech
"Here is another linkwith an explicitly cross cultural use of SlideSpeech (7 slides)."
Nov 8, 2011
John Graves replied to Katya Toneva's discussion Why consider the potential of innovative technologies that support collaborative learning? in the group 2011 Global Education Conference Speakers
"Collaborative learning potentially offers: - an opportunity, as an alternative to traditional "solo"/competitive learning - efficiency, where learning may be easier and faster (or cheaper) - scale, where thousands can take a class and…"
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2011 Global Education Conference Speakers

Discussion and email group for conference speakers.=====The 2011 Global Education Conference is almost here!  We hope you are as excited as we are!  Here are some quick notes:1.  Presenter and moderator links to your individual session rooms can be found here: http://globaleducation.ning.com/page/2011-presenter-and-moderator-session-links. Please DO NOT DISTRIBUTE OR SHARE THIS PAGE WITH ANYONE, as it…See More
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John Graves replied to John Graves's discussion SlideSpeech: Present Directly to Video Using Text-to-Speech
"Since the mission of the conference is to "increase opportunities for building education-related connections around the globe", I hoped my presentation of a tool which allows for collaborative development of interactive educational content…"
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John Graves replied to Dave Potter's discussion Weekly #globaled Chat?
"Dave, Anne -    I'm in New Zealand, but I've had some successful webinar style discussions on Google+ relating to the PhD research I am conducting into open source educational software: Learning2gether Oct 9 EduMOOCast July…"
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SlideSpeech: Present Directly to Video Using Text-to-Speech

Your Name and Title:John Graves, PhD Student School or Organization Name:AUT University  Co-Presenter Name(s):- Area of the World from Which You Will Present:New Zealand Language in Which You Will Present:English Target Audience(s):On-line learners and content authors  Short Session Description (one line):Learn to use Free and Open Source Software to make videos directly from presentation slides using text-to-speech.  Full Session Description (as long as you would like):Students and teachers…See More
Oct 30, 2011

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