De voz a texto con Dragon Dictation y otras apps

Cada vez hay más dispositivos en el mercado que pueden activarse por medio de la voz.

Efectivamente, las técnicas de reconocimiento de voz han tenido un avance significativo desde los 90, cuando dictábamos palabra por palabra usando, por ejemplo, Voice Type Simply Speaking de IBM. Además, los micrófonos actuales son mejores y más sensibles. Ello posibilita prescindir de teclados u otros sistemas

How To Cite An App

How To Cite An App in APA Style After seeing the correct way to cite a tweet last year, it brought to mind the need to cite increasingly diverse media forms. No longer books, periodicals,...The post How To Cite An App appeared first on TeachThought.

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40 Of The Best Science Podcasts For Mobile Learning

In 2013, you don’t need to find a radio to listen in on quality broadcast programming. A laptop, MP3 player, tablet, or even a smartphone will work just as well. Even better, there is a...The post 40 Of The Best Science Podcasts For Mobile Learning appeared first on TeachThought.

Spanish Language Podcast: "A mi aire"

First of all, I apologize for the long break. My paying job is working at a summer camp so summer is one of my busiest times of the year. Hopefully in a couple of weeks, I can start writing blog posts on a semi-regular basis. (By the way, we have had three campers from Spain and one from Mexico, so I have been able to use my Spanish a little.)I started listening to a new podcast (new to me at

Educreations: DIY Whiteboard Video Tutorials on the iPad

The new app from Educreations is available in the Apple App Store today (iTunes link). The app is designed to make it easy to create, narrate, and record whiteboard video tutorials on the iPad and to share them with others.

Steve Jobs’ Plans to Disrupt the Textbook Industry

Before the official release of the Steve Jobs biography, one of the leaked sections in the book revealed that Jobs was weighing the next industries for Apple to disrupt. The textbook industry was apparently one of his targets. That’s hardly surprising since the iPad has helped usher in an explosion of e-reading apps and digital study tools.

Weekly Ed-Tech News Roundup: Potatoes, Chromebooks, Jetpacks, & More

Politics and Policies
This week marks the 32nd anniversary of the signing of the Department of Education Organization Act, the law signed by President Jimmy Carter that created the Department of Education. GOOD’s Liz Dwyer has a great post asking a question that’s on a lot of people’s minds: do we still need a Department of Education?

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