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Today on #24DaysOfAI we discover a super audio to text tool with some great features to help teachers and leaders alike…

By December 17, 2023No Comments

Welcome to day seventeen of our #24DaysOfAI Appvent calendar where today we will focus on is designed to provide efficient voice-to-text conversion and summarisation, making it a valuable asset in educational settings across the UK.

AI tool of the day: uses AI to offer voice note transcription and summarisation. It’s an intuitive and powerful tool for educators and leaders alike, transforming spoken content into well-structured, concise text.

AudioPen isn’t just about direct transcription; it’s about crafting clear, meaningful summaries from spoken language which is perfect for busy educators and leaders where communication is key.

A free AudioPen account allows saving up to 10 notes, whilst the premium AudioPen Prime offers unlimited storage and additional features, with pricing details available on their website.

Educational Benefits:

AudioPen can significantly impact time management and efficiency within educational environments. Educators, who often find themselves overwhelmed with administrative tasks and lesson planning, can use AudioPen to quickly transcribe meetings, lectures, and thoughts, thereby reducing their workload.

If you were to consider AudioPen for students, it could serve as an excellent tool for those who require assistance with language translation. AudioPen is easily available for iPad through browser-based installation in Safari on iPadOS, which gives educators and students a variety of options to leverage its voice-to-text capabilities.

Practical Application:

Getting started with is simple. Users can sign up and begin using the tool to record their voice notes. The intuitive interface makes it easy to convert these recordings into text, which can be edited, saved, and shared as needed.

AudioPen’s SuperSummary feature is particularly useful for educators and students to combine multiple notes into comprehensive documents, ideal for lesson plans, study guides, or meeting summaries.

Other features include language translation, customisable summary lengths, and integration with over 6,000 apps via Zapier.

Considerations and Tips:

As with all AI tools, it’s important to review the generated content for accuracy and potential biases. Users should also be mindful of data protection and privacy concerns.

Learn more about by visiting their website here or keep abreast of their latest updates by following their founder Louis Pereira here.

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