You must register foryour course via your organization or at app.audioeducate.com.
To get your Alexa devices linked you need an Amazon.com account and you must enable and link the skill in the Amazon Alexa skill library.
Note: We do not receive any data from Amazon, this just creates the bridge to link your account devices to AudioEducate via your Alexa Device.
Register at either app.audioeducate.com or your sponsoring organizations registration link (as provided by the organization). You will receive an email with the following information to link your device.
1. Click this link which will to you to view the AudioEducate skill page at Amazon (click here) or use the search bar on Amazon. Choose Alexa Skills and Search AudioEducate.
Note: In some countries you may need to type “Alexa Skill AudioEducate” in the Search Bar.
2. Click on the AudioEducate Skill
If you are not already logged in to Amazon you will be asked to log in. (Note: If you don’t have an Amazon account you need to have one created because all Alexa devices require an Amazon account to be set up.)
3. Then Click the Enable button
An AudioEducate registration window will open.
4. Please enter your email and the AudioEducate password:
Your AudioEducate password will be provided in the email.
Then hit enter.
5. You will get an “Account Linked” message telling you that you are all ready to use your Alexa.
6. Go to your Alexa device and just say “Alexa, Ask AudioEducate“.
Your programs will start playing.
AudioScholar is a custom skill based on AudioEducate but is a slimmer or compact version.
Skills based on AudioScholar deliver the same podcast style programs (video or audio). However, there is no need to complete registration steps.
This is designed for organizations that do not need to know who the person is taking the program but would like to obtain survey feedback from the audience.
Programs can be easily launched on your private Alexa Channel, which is easy to author, manage, at a low cost delivery platform.
Just like any Alexa skill, AudioEducate and AudioScholar use standard Alexa commands. (See standard command list below).
Remember, Alexa is listening to your responses and selections. She will prompt you for simple responses (i.e.-yes, no, true, false, A, B C, or 1, 2,3 ).
“Alexa, Ask AudioEducate”
If you completed registration correctly, Alexa will welcome you by name.
Ends the program.
If used after “stop” during podcast or video, this will exit the Skill completely.
After Audio/Video is finished, allows Alexa to proceed to next part of the program.
In our programs section of this website only Public programs are listed. Some clients keep their education activities private for their own audiences only.
Just like any Alexa skill you can use any Alexa interactive device.
We create all programs using MP4 Video, however, if you only have an audio device( such as an Echo or Echo Dot), you can still listen to the programs.
AudioEducate will send you emails at the start of each program with copies of reference material provided by the sponsoring organization so you can follow along. (This is not a feature of AudioScholar based programs).
Since programs are presented in English, we are available in most countries where English is the native language used in Alexa.
We apologize for any inconvenience outside our capability to serve your needs in countries that do not allow access.
Also, we program all activities in English. This is sometimes a barrier to accessing skills in non-English speaking countries.
AudioEducate provides “Alexa Skills” that provide our clients with a novel way to provide education programs and gather feedback from audiences.
We do not collect any data other then that required for users to participate in exams, surveys, or by the sponsor necessary to issue a certificate.
We need names, address (if required by sponsor), email, profession, degree, or specialization /work information to deliver certificate and emails related to the education.
Programs are free and we never ask for any financial information.
We also do not have responsibility for the content provided by the sponsor including the podcast or video, any references, the questions, or surveys. These are all provided by the sponsor. We do not represent the sponsor and validate any of the educational material provided to AudioEducate for use in the AudioEducate or AudioScholar family of skills.
If you fail the sponsors exam or stop the program early, or lose your internet connection. You can take the program again. Failures of the exam or if you try to skipping the lecture portion, you will likely fail the program and need to begin again.
If you have a problem, let us know by using our contact form.
Remember Alexa has aspects of artificial intelligence built-in but she can not anticipate your responses. She is also subject to having a steady internet connection. If you are familiar with using Alexa Skills you will be comfortable using AudioEducate. But always:
1 . Speak clearly.
2. Answer her question with expected responses: Yes, No, True, False, or A,B,C,D…
3. Wait until she is finished speaking before answering. (She is not listening when she is talking).
Always remember at the end of podcast play to say “Alexa” then say “Next”.. Why ? The Alexa program waits after the audio or video podcast for your prompt to continue. If it does not hear a response, the program closes.
Please tell us your problem by using the contact form.