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Thank you for this post. It is extremely helpful when trying to pull together resources on how to incorporate cell phone usage in the classroom. Thank you for all the work you do and so willingly share!
Gracias- Merci- Danke

Hi Silvia,

Thanks for your comment. I've been collecting links for quite a while on how to use mobile phones in the classroom including some from your blog:

This post is just a summary of what I've discovered. I'm glad you like it.

Best wishes


Hi Joe,

A highly informative post. As an absolute beginner with the whole moblogging thing, I've got a question: if you were travelling to France and only had mobile phone access (no wireless internet or laptop) and wanted to send an mp3 file to your blog, which of the following options above would you use? And I'm thinking of buying a Nokia N80 btw.! Cost is also an issue here.

Hi Ruth,

If you want your voice message to go directly to your blog, I would go with Gabcast probably. I know Silvia from has used this in the type of situation you are describing.

If it was me though, I would probably use K7 so the wav file went straight to my email first and then I could edit out any mistakes in Audacity before uploading to my blog.

Best wishes


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