Rebecca Stewart
Media Educator, Immersive Digital Artist & Techno-Anthropologist

Adobe Voice for the classroom and your teaching practice

Technical Tutorial Published 11/3/15 Last updated on 2/28/20

This is a training video for any educator, teacher or lecturer who wants to incorporate this pretty awesome free app into their classroom and teaching,

This video in an in-depth tutorial on how to set up voice, what makes a good presentation and when and where it can be used in the teaching room.

Students will love this to create stories, educators are using it to introduce an ideas and its a brilliant tool to use for pitching.

Whats even better, is its free.

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1-2 Hours
Content Standards
21st Century Skills Framework
Custom Standards
Higher Education
ISTE Standards
Students: Creative Communicator, Students: Innovative Designer, Students: Computational Trainer

Here is a direct link to the video tutorial

You will need an iPad and an Adobe ID
CC License
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William Cortez

Posted on 5/27/19 4:44:38 PM Permalink

​Thank you Rebecca for sharing your in-depth tutorial on Adobe voice..

Sally Dimblebee

Posted on 12/21/16 11:47:03 AM Permalink

​Thank you!

kotcho da bahia

Posted on 12/21/16 12:59:04 AM Permalink

Thank You​

Tarek Bahaa El Deen

Posted on 5/11/16 4:38:26 PM Permalink

Really it's very helpful resource
I appreciate your work thank you for sharing

Jamie Leduc

Posted on 1/24/16 9:29:23 PM Permalink

Thank you for the resource.

Rebecca Stewart

Posted on 11/10/15 2:33:08 PM Permalink

Thanks Anna,

I made it for my fellowship training, and its the first one out of a series I wish to do. Thank you for your feedback much appreciated :)

Anna Wos

Posted on 11/9/15 7:16:04 PM Permalink

I really like this resource, as it provides an in-depth instruction on Voice but it's also aimed at less advanced users, so offers a step by step guidance. It provides a good flowing instruction and it's paced well. Thank you.