The Voice typing tool in Google Docs is new and improved. For six months, you’ve been able to type with your voice, but today you are able to use a long list of commands to do a whole lot more. Some of the new commands include adding tables, moving around to different lines of your document, and even formatting your text to align right.
To start typing your document with your voice, watch the short video below and follow these steps:
To turn on Voice typing, go to Tools, and then select Voice typing.
Next, click on the microphone that appears to the left of your document. When you click it, it will turn red and will begin recording.
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The University of Minnesota's Academic Technology Support Services created this video as a resource for a course that has a student video assignment. We thought it would be useful to faculty creating video content as well.
1. Get tight and focused.
2. Keep it horizontal.
3. Steady your shot.
4. Light it up.
5. Get clean audio.
6. Play it back.
The University of Minnesota's College of Continuing Education Media Specialists, Jill Zimmerman and Greg Steinke, are at it again. This video covers University-supported tools that can be used by their students to record presentations as an activity for class.
1) Google Hangouts On Air
2) WebEx - Web Conferencing Platform