Give Students a Voice
Wimba Voice 6.0 is a web-based voice solution that facilitates and promotes vocal instruction, collaboration, coaching, and assessment.
Reaching beyond the traditional language laboratory environment, Wimba Voice supports traditional communicative styles of language learning by giving students multiple methods of speaking, writing, and listening to foreign languages – all online.
Wimba Voice incorporates the use of threaded voice boards, voice-enabled email, embedded voice within course pages, as well as live group discussions and debates, which increase the interaction and student engagement level of any online course.
The new 6.0 release of Wimba Voice allows instructors to not only grade a voice discussion board from within Wimba Voice but to automatically add these evaluations to the CMS gradebook.
• Voice Podcaster: Create or upload podcasts for user subscription
• Voice Presentation: Add web content alongside vocal messages
• Voice Discussion Board: Post and listen to voice messages within discussion boards
• Voice Authoring: Record and listen to voice on a web page
• Voice E-mail: Send and listen to voice through email messages
• Integrated Gradebook: Automatically update CMS gradebooks with voice board assessments
• Add instructor’s voice to enhance presence
• Build engaging and reusable course content
• Create and distribute podcasts
• Verbally explain complex material
• Author narrated web tours
• Add spoken announcements to course sites
• Engage in audio-based threaded discussions
• Send voice comments on papers and assignments
• Teach pronunciation, rhythm, stress, and emphasis
• Automatically add voice board evaluations to CMS gradebook
• Windows 7, Vista, or XP; Mac OSX 10.4+
• 256 MB RAM
• Internet access at 56k or above
Wimba Voice is licensed on an annual basis based on your institution’s Full-time Enrollment (FTE).
Wimba’s ASP Services takes care of server hosting, monitoring, and maintenance so that customers can focus on teaching and learning.
Contact a Regional Sales Manager to discuss the specific needs of your institution, system, or campus.