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Voki, the foremost solution for animated speaking characters for education, has announced a new product allowing teachers to create and script their own animated virtual teaching assistants.
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 25, 2014
Dubbed, Voki Presenter, the new product enables educators to use their Voki animated characters as presenters in the classroom. With Voki Presenter, Voki characters can be added to a presentation and be used to narrate the lesson material. Teachers can create engaging lessons for their students to view in class, and share them online for students to view anywhere. Educators can even use their Voki characters to lead the discussion, to generate a lively classroom experience. Presentations can be created in minutes and teachers can unleash their creativity. We cant wait to see the creative ways teachers use Voki Presenter, said Eric Kiang, Director of Marketing for Voki. We are delighted to be able to open up new engaging and fun possibilities in the classroom for both teaching and learning.
Some of Voki Presenters features include:
For more information about Voki Presenter, please visit the Voki site.
Voki was launched in 2007, as a free service allowing teachers and students to create, configure and share animated speaking characters. Voki increases student engagement and interest and provides students a fun way of expressing themselves. Voki has become a massively popular education tool used by millions of teachers and students in over 70 countries. Voki is used across all grade levels and school subjects.
Today the free Voki service is still available, as well as premium services offering additional functionality. In 2011 Voki Classroom was released to assisted teachers with managing their students work. In 2014 Voki Presenter was released to enable using Voki characters as virtual teaching assistants.
For further information, contact The Voki Team at info(at)voki(dot)com.
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