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By on Sep 25, 2013 in Uncategorized | 3 comments

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If you work in education and are interested in hearing some fresh ideas about using technology in the classroom, then you’ve come to the right place.

We recently announced the launch of Audioboo for Education, a resource to help and inspire our growing community of educators. As part of this initiative, we’ll be hosting and sponsoring a series of webinars designed to help you integrate Audioboo and other technologies into the classroom experience.

The latest took place on Thursday 26th September and you can watch a recording of it here: 

‘Using Mobile Apps to Create, Share and Connect’

Lucy Carter, Audioboo’s Head of Education will give an introduction to Audioboo for Education and our secure Edmodo app, before handing over to Carolyn Skibba, Technology Coordinator at Burley School, Chicago, who will present the webinar.

Through this webinar, you will learn how to integrate some of the best apps for student creativity and publishing into your lesson plans. You will also gain practical tips that will support you and your students in creating sharable, authentic content.

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  1. Alan O'Donohoe

    September 29, 2013

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    I’m sorry I missed this webinar.
    I’ve been using Audioboo for about 3 years now. Last year I started recording a regular weekly podcast and it attracts an audience of around 1000 – 2500 per episode.
    I love how it works and I’m happy to promote the use of it to others.

  2. Diane

    October 22, 2013

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    how do i make a qrcode for just one boo at a time. all boos appear under one url code

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