Wiki-to-Speech 

Presented by:Matthew Poole aka Cyrus Hush


Friday, August 19 2011| 9:00 PM (EST)

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Duration:
60 minutes
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Call Dial-in Information

Country
Number
Access code:
Attendees:
Instructions:

1. Once you are in the class, use a phone to dial the number for your country mentioned above followed by the access code.

2. Keep your microphone and speakers muted in the classroom to avoid hearing an echo during the call.

Note: The call dial-in information can also be accessed in the classroom by clicking.

About the Class

Wiki-to-Speech combines wiki technology with text-to-speech technology to yield collaboratively produced, interactive dialogs. The presentation will be made using the Wiki-to-Speech technology itself (as, for example, this how-to guide )

Language of instruction: English

Keywords: wiki to speech, john graves

Feedback
By: Priscilla_
1338 days 7 hours 12 minutes ago

This was an excellent presentation. I can't wait to practice.

By: FaisalShamali
1338 days 7 hours 12 minutes ago

It was interesting.

By: JohnGraves
1338 days 7 hours 11 minutes ago

Could have presented less material. ;-)

By: Amreet KaurSandhu
1338 days 7 hours 11 minutes ago

It was a wonderful presentation. I would love to try it out soon...Thanks, John.

By: AmeliaRogel-Rara
1338 days 7 hours 10 minutes ago

Excellent presentation. Has opened another window for us to explore Wiki. Hope to see more presentations from you.

Discussion

Dr. Gita Mathur

Great presentation. John you did a wonderful job opening up somethinig new for us to explore. Those who could not be present would be able to learn by seeing the recording.

1338 days 6 hours 59 minutes ago

John Graves

If the time of this session is inconvenient, watch this 10 minute, 28 slide presentation on-demand:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/12838403/20110819/MMVC11_John_Graves_Wiki-to-Speech.htm

A 6MB ZIP file version is available if you prefer to play the presentation from your local disk:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/12838403/20110819/MMVC11_John_Graves_WikSee more

1338 days 22 hours ago

John Graves

You will get smoother playback if you download this 10MB .ZIP file, unzip it and open mmvc11.htm in your browser:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/12838403/20110818/mmvc11.zip

1339 days 22 hours 9 minutes ago

John Graves

PREREQUISITE: If you have 15 minutes, follow this link and go through the Wiki-to-Speech presentation: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/12838403/20110818/mmvc11.htm

Why Wiki-to-Speech (1 slide)
A Moodle Lesson (10 slides)
Question Formats (6 slides)
A Wiki-to-Speech Lesson (all the rest of the slides)

1339 days 22 hours 15 minutes ago

John Graves

Here is a wiki page associated with this class:
http://wikitospeech.wikispaces.com/MoodleMootVirtualConference2011

1342 days 7 hours 24 minutes ago

John Graves

Here is a two slide biography and talk summary Wiki-to-Speech presentation for this class: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/12838403/20110816/MMVC11_John_Graves_Wiki-to-Speech.htm

Check back before the start time as another Wiki-to-Speech presentation link will be posted in the comments here.

John Graves
Auckland

1342 days 7 hours 59 minutes ago

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