Tech question

Discussion in 'Preschool' started by calemjess, Aug 24, 2009.

  1. calemjess

    calemjess Rookie

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    I am working on my lesson plans and I am wanting to put some songs & fingerplays on cd to use in the classroom. Is there some sort of software or gadgets I would need to be able to do this through my computer. Remember, I am on a teacher's budget! lol
     
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  3. KarenPreK

    KarenPreK Companion

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    If your computer has a recordable CD drive installed on it, then you already have the software you need. It might be called Roxio, or MediaDirect, or Windows Media, or something other brand name. You can always download iTunes for free and you can burn CDs with iTunes (personally I think the iTunes software is one of the easiest to use).

    You can only burn CDs if you have a recordable CD drive (CD-R).
     
  4. punchinello

    punchinello Comrade

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    Definitely iTunes. I find the cutest stuff on there.
     

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