Blabberize

June 11, 2010 at 8:33 pm | Posted in Education | Leave a comment
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I came across this Web 2.0 tool Blabberize yesterday during a Discovery Education webinar on “21 ways to engage 21st century learners”. (You can find this recorded webinar and upcoming webinars here).

Blabberize allows you to take a photo and create a ‘mouth’ on the photo. You can then add a voice over and the picture will talk to you. I little bit of fun – kids will love it!

Here’s an example. Myself and a colleague have been working on a project for the last few months and have a presentation to deliver to the rest of the group next week, so we decided on a new way to invite them all to our presentation. This is what we did:

Blabberize example (unfortunately I couldn’t manage to get this to embed in this blog)

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