How to: add voice, text and video comments to student Google Docs



Brought to you by the inimitable Susan Hennessey, who shows here how you can use the Chrome browser extension Kaizena to add record voice comments and link students to video resources on a sample writing assignment. Best part: you can assemble a library of video resources and shoot out your favorites over and over.

Anyone been looking for something along these lines?



Audrey Homan

Audrey Homan is a Vermont-based digital media producer, and producer of The 21st Century Classroom podcast. She's worked in non-profit communications for more than a decade, and in her spare time writes tiny video games and mucks about with augmented reality and arduinos, ably assisted by five dogs. Interviewing students and yelling in PHP are the best parts of her job.

2 thoughts on “How to: add voice, text and video comments to student Google Docs

    April 1, 2014 at 4:01 pm

    Wow! Kaizena will be a great tool for me going forward. I like how I can build a growing library of resources to post within student documents. Will the students find the teacher’s posted resources and recordings by opening the google document, or must the students also open their document in Kaizena?

    May 5, 2015 at 5:42 pm

    I love to see professional voice Over blog. Voice over is very important to websites this days.
    whether it is whiteboard video or and explainer video or a commercial, Voice over is essential.


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