We’ve been having a blast taking new and experienced members alike on a fast-paced tour through all that AudioAcrobat has to offer with our Free, Fast and Furious training classes over the last couple of weeks and we’re equally excited to announce several NEW training classes to be offered for free, for the very first time.
The newest video I’ve had the pleasure of working on with the AudioAcrobat team is featured above and is titled, Advancing Education with AudioAcrobat: The Easy-to-Use Audio, Video and Podcasting Tool and maps out many different ways the world’s education systems can use AudioAcrobat to accomplish three major goals:
a) Save Educators and Students Time
b) Effectively Communicate Course Curriculum and
c) Excite Students About Their Education
Out of the many different areas of interest we blog about on a regular basis, it is interesting to see which articles made the Top 10, essentially all of which also made our recent Top 10 Audacity Tutorials of 2012, but one stood out much farther than the rest…
As December comes to an end, there always seems to be a gazillion Top 10 lists to sort through on the Web, and much like many other bloggers, we here at AudioAcrobat take pride in our weekly postings on this WordPress.com Weblog and thus are delighted to share an extremely useful Top 10 list, voted for by none other than you, our readers … who have expressed much delight over our favorite free, open source audio editing software, aka Audacity.