Replacing our “retired” Skype recording feature we recommend this terrific Skype Call Recorder for Windows from our software partner. It records both voice and video! Try it free!
In place of our Skype recording feature we recommend this terrific Skype Call Recorder for Mac from our software partner.
It records both voice and video! Try it free!
Here is the email message we sent to all subscribers. Additional information: If you need more time to download your recordings after September 30th, send us a Support ticket.
Thank you for giving us the opportunity to “Empower your voice” as an Evoca subscriber. We are sharing time-sensitive, important news with you about the Evoca voice recording and publishing service.
On October 1st we are suspending the Evoca web service as we move through an important transition to mobile.
Please download recordings you choose to keep by September 30th. Your recordings and account will not be accessible after that date. Your last monthly subscription payment was processed in August. For your Skype recording we recommend: Skype Call Recorder for Windows or Skype Call Recorder for Mac
Going forward, we plan to offer mobile applications focused on our subscribers’ most popular reasons for recording and sharing voice and video content. For example, we have launched Boca Video, our mobile app for creating and sharing engaging videos using your own voice and photos.
We welcome your thoughts and feedback as we move through this transition and look forward to keeping you posted on our future developments.
Everyone’s voice counts, especially to us right now,
The Evoca Team
About.com estimates that over 1 billion people are currently learning English worldwide. According to the British Council, as of the year 2000 there were 750 million English as a Foreign language [EFL] speakers. In addition, there were 375 million English as a Second Language [ESL] speakers.
“The difference between the two groups amounts to English as a Foreign Language speakers using English occasionally for business or pleasure, while English as a Second Language speakers use English on a daily basis.”
And … “While ESL is required for those living and working in English speaking cultures such as the UK and USA, it is equally true that English is used as the lingua franca between nations where English is not the primary language. In a globalized world, the number of English learners around the world is only expected to further grow.”
As a supporter of English language learning worldwide through voice recording and publishing services, the Evoca team wanted to share acronyms commonly used in the TESOL field – Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages.
TESOL - Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, also referred as Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages.
TOEFL – Test of English as a Foreign Language
TEFL -Teaching English as a Foreign Language
TESL – Teaching English as a Second Language Read more