A friend who I met through the local homeschool community, Kim McNeill, introduced me to Audacity software. This is a free downloadable software which she used to make some podcasts (with me). Kim did all the learning and work on editing. I always wanted to podcast, I thought, but realized I have no interest in learning the recording and editing part, so in the end, podcasting is not for me.
However this Audacity software is easy to use. I realized immediately, its potential as a study aid.
A student or the homeschool parent can make recordings of their voice and save it as an MP3 file. This can be loaded onto an MP3 player or burned to a CD. The student may study by listening to the recordings.
I started this project a couple of weeks ago and got busy before I had a finished product. I want to finish up the learning process so we can move onto using it. But in the meantime I wanted to share this idea with my readers. Perhaps you'll find this of use?