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How speech recognition speaking practice integrates with LRC activities for oral practice, assessment and ePortfolio

  1. My use of Windows7 Automated Speech recognition in 7 languages integrates with
  2. other LRC activities for oral practice, assessment and ePortfolio.
    1. A lower-key and more frequent homework assignment
    2. than our Kaltura student presentation webcam recordings NRBFS (using a URL shortener, as in http://goo.gl/NRBFS),
    3. and with better feedback than our voice-insert recordings with Sanako mV1DR,
  3. these homework assignments prepare for in-class assessments
    1. chapter tests with textbook audio recordings z2KYtk,
    2. screencast recordings of student presentations Cmd3gQ, pair conversations l6H12, and question-response midterm/final exams ZL7DG using Sanako digital audio lab.
  4. All except Kaltura (incompatible with Mahara) also produce language learner ePortfolio pieces.

Protected: Example 4: Speech recognition tutorial and voice training in Japanese on Windows 7

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Protected: Example 3 of Speech recognition dictation exercise in Spanish on Windows 7

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Protected: Example 1 of speech recognition dictation exercise in Spanish on Windows 7

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Protected: Example 2 of Speech recognition dictation exercise in Spanish on Windows 7

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How to find your computer’s name

  1. Right click on “my computer” on desktop,
  2. or on “[My] computer” on start menu,
  3. and clicik “Properties”image
  4. or hold the windows key and press “pause /break” on upper right,
  5. in the window that comes up (tab computer name on XP), you can see the name:
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More disruptive recommendations to downgrade to colorscheme basic on lab PCs despite Themeswitcher?

  1. Is this maybe what happens when Themeswitcher crashes: While the desktop background still gets changed, the Colorscheme does not get set to Basic? How to avoid the crashing FileIOException? What fileIO may a colorscheme change require?
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  4. Disruption is the least of the problem: The warning comes up when computers become dangerously slow. In the past, they have become disfunctional during these episodues and needed to be power-cycled. This has resulted in loss of assignment and assessment materials.