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Audio

Audio can be captured (or recorded digitally) using voice recorders, iPods, mobile phones, laptops or USB microphones.  Once recorded, the audio is contained in a file that can be shared with others via email or web sites such as blogs.  Audio files can also be edited with tools like Audacity.  Lectures, meetings, performances, conversations are all candidates for audio capture.  If you are recording others, be sure to let them know and ask their permission before sharing too widely...

Case Studies

Extending the Textbook (Kyoko Davis)

Podcasting Lectures (James Morrison)