There seem to be so many internet companies out there giving away storage space in the cloud for your use—Google, Dropbox, Box.com, and tons more. You have to wonder, exactly how much space is actually out there? Check out this infographic we’ve found that puts things into perspective in regards to exactly how much space is out there!
And remember, we offer many different solutions for Cloud storage for faculty, staff and students at UIS! From Box.com to Google Drive to eDocs, you are able to store your documents on the cloud and access them from wherever you may be! If you would like to learn more about these programs, check out our website, or feel free to contact us with any questions or if you’d like help to get started.
Today we’re sharing SoundCloud, a free web-based tool that allows users to create their own sounds and then share them with others through social media or privately to friends.
Simply choose to upload or record a sound, and then trim your sound or even add it to a series of other sounds to create a set. After creating your sounds, you are able to share them in tons of ways-upload your sounds to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, WordPress, Blogger, email, and more! SoundCloud integrates the ability to create sounds with social media. After creating an account, you are not only able to begin creating and uploading your sounds, but you are able to join groups, follow your friends and other individual people, and share your sounds! Store up to two hours of sound on SoundCloud and access it anywhere—SoundCloud has apps for Apple devices and Android.
This tool is great to integrate into a multimedia project. It’s free, easy to use, and can be accessed anywhere. Try encouraging your students to get creative by adding sound clips or narrations to an ongoing project, a blog, a website, and more. Feel free to contact us if you want to learn more about SoundCloud or ways to integrate this great tool into your class!