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    Aimee Denoyelles
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    I’ve found that using the photovoice method in online discussions engages learners. The photovoice method asks participants to take pictures in the community relating to something they perceive as important, and then the community interprets them. This could certainly apply to adult participants that are learning about how to teach online.

    https://topr.online.ucf.edu/index.php/Encourage_authentic_learning_in_online_discussions_through_the_use_of_photovoice

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    Kelvin Thompson, Ed.D.
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    That’s awesome, Aimee! Thanks for sharing!

    Kelvin Thompson, Ed.D.
    University of Central Florida
    http://linkedin.com/in/drkelvinthompson

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    Wendy Howard
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    Yes, I found this very helpful. Thank you Aimee!

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    Beth Nettles
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    I found this article from the STEPS Centre about photovoice that’s pretty interesting. Just another resource that demonstrates the power of that method: http://steps-centre.org/methods/pathways-methods/vignettes/photovoice/

     

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    Michael Pelitera
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    Here is a quick, “down-n-dirty” audio recording tool that can be used to create Audio Feedback for assignments, directions or ‘pearls of wisdom’ for your colleagues or students that is just ‘too long to type’, or would rather be ‘heard than read’ !
    http://Vocaroo.com
    By granting access to your ‘mic’, you can record a quick message and make it available for your listeners via an embed code or straight link.
    Enjoy 🙂

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    Karen Arlington
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    I would be interested in hearing from someone who has used the audio feedback and can share how students responded? It is often a challenge to get students to read the feedback at all. So this would need to be very user friendly to make it easy for them to use?

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