Screencasting for educators

Kathy Schrock, , Jan 01, 2014
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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'Screencasting' is the practice of recording screen events to video. You might for example record a PowerPoint presentation, demonstrate an application, or record an online video conference. This is a nice post introducing screencasting for educators. If you find this resource isn't sufficient (and if you go beyond basic screencasting you will want more) then you'll find a link at the bottom of the post to Ian Ozsvald's comprehensive Screencasting Handbook (don't lose this link as it's broken in Kathy Schrock's article). There are also links to the Screencast Academy wiki as well as screencasting resources on the PALibrarians Wiki (also broken in the Schrock article, but corrected here)

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