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Potential Moodle-compatible replacements for Wimba Voice

With the demise of Wimba Voice on campus, Languages and Culture Studies lost some of their online learning acitivities and are still looking for a replacement, perferably within Moodle.

I have looked through some options and would recommend the following applications for a test install:

1. NanoGong, free (as in kittens). More info here:

https://plagwitz.wordpress.com/2011/05/05/introduction-of-nanogong-free-open-source-voice-recorder-for-moodle/

2. WebSwami, a language learning platform, not free, and can also record video, and do much more. More info here:

https://plagwitz.wordpress.com/2011/04/21/webswami-a-moodle-compatible-language-learning-platform-for-self-access-homework-asynchronous-distance-learning/

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