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Finding a journal article

Page history last edited by Ruby 11 years, 4 months ago

Instructions for finding a journal article, using a presentation.

If you create a VoiceThread account you will be able to add a comment (your own voice).

Don't worry about adding a strange voice to this presentation - I can delete your voice if I don't like it! The idea here is just to try out things, so why not try it here and then you might want to try your own presentation?

 

Comments (9)

Mark Hamilton said

at 6:43 pm on Feb 3, 2009

Thanks Ruby,
That "looks" very helpful. I'm in the uni library at the moment and therefore can't hear the presentation.
But yeah, that's roughly what I've been doing up till now. It's all a case of getting used to new techniques.

aymanadam said

at 2:39 pm on Feb 4, 2009

Thank you Ruby,
The instructions are very useful.

Margaret said

at 1:53 am on Feb 5, 2009

This voice presentation is highly impressive. This presentation is not only a clear method to show us how to find a journal but also a new method which can convey information to learners. Thanks Ruby :D

khalid Sowedan said

at 10:17 am on Feb 5, 2009

Thank you Ruby
the presentation is very useful, can we find other presentation on SL.

JinAh Yang said

at 8:36 pm on Feb 5, 2009

Thanks Ruby.
This prsentation is really helpful and your explanation is very clear to understand.

Jez said

at 3:36 pm on Feb 7, 2009

This is very clear (and how it makes a change from reading!). Thank you. :-)

Mohamed Etify said

at 8:36 pm on Feb 7, 2009

Thank you very much for this great presentation that is simplified to make us all benifit it.
I should recommend this presentation to all the TESOL students.
As for the online language learning students, that's a good model of how we can use voice presentations in Wikis.

queenie520520 said

at 11:27 pm on Feb 10, 2009

Thank you, Ruby. It's quite helpful and clear.

mahmoud hegazy said

at 11:23 am on Feb 12, 2009

thanks ruby for these pieces of information in a very interesting way, though i watched it before , i watch it again and again as i feel that using the voice effect leaves no boredom in the minds of students, i actually do not prefer so much presenting knowledge in just abstract lines to be read, also i guess if the whole presentation is presented only in one big part, it may bring weariness, thanks again and we wish all next presentations to be so.

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