Where does it live?CommunicationConstruction of KnowledgeCollaboration
CommunicationConstruction of KnowledgeCollaboration
Annotation of a visual. Emphasize- this is what I am talking about.Tech support’s secret.
Capture what you see.Initiate a capture by clicking Jing's happy, always-ready "sun" icon...or pressing a hotkey of your choice. You can capture a window, pane, or region. Make a point.Need to emphasize or explain? Mark up your screenshot with a basic text box, arrow, highlight, or rectangle. Share instantly.Just tell Jing where to send the screenshot and—BAM!—it's there and ready to share. When you send to a destination like Screencast.com or Flickr, Jing even places a hyperlink on your clipboard. No need to wait.Simply paste (CTRL-V or Command-V) the link into an IM chat, email, forum post, Twitter, anywhere...and when the person clicks it they see your freshly-uploaded screenshot. Like magic.
Jing is the spartan baby brother of another screenshot tool, Snagit, both of which are products produced by software company TechSmith. Jing fills a niche in the screen capture crowd, allowing folks who want to share their screen captures to do so as quickly as possible. When you install Jing and set up an account at Screencast.com, you can also set Jing to upload to your Flickr account or YouTube account. Once you've set it up, going from capturing a screenshot or screencast to sharing the URL for your hosted file takes a matter of seconds. Jing has basic annotation tools, but the real draw is speedy sharing. Upgrading to Jing Pro for $15 a year removes the Jing branding from your images and video and adds in a few features, like the ability to record your screencasts in MPEG in addition to Flash.
Digital communication toolThat means users can work on and enjoy Voicethread presentations at any time--even if their "partners" are sleeping a million miles away!Let's face it--sometimes working with digital partners can be pretty boring. After all, email and discussion boards are nothing more than written text. Voicethread gives users something interesting to talk about---pictures! What's more, being able to actually hear one another makes digital communication through Voicethread much more personal.
Project types are collaborative, comments, and narration of still photos
Ferriter. William C. (2010). Digitally Speaking, http://digitallyspeaking.pbworks.com/w/page/17791585/Voicethread—@plugusin on Twitter—is a sixth-grade teacher in a professional learning community (PLC) near Raleigh, North Carolina. A National Board Certified Teacher
Teach, Tutor, and Assess Using Screen Captures and Recordings for Teaching, Training, Tutoring, and Assessing SDCUE 2012 Cynthia Sistek-Chandler, Ed D firstname.lastname@example.org National University, Assistant Professor Masters of Science in Educational and Instructional Technology President of San Diego CUENovember 3, 2012 1
Overview • Tech Check/Web 2.0 • 3-C’s • Teach, Tutor, & Assess • Course Introductions • Screen Capture • What is Jing? • What are Voicethreads? • Camtasia Relay and Tech Smith • Adobe Connect Web RecordersNovember 3, 2012 2
A ____________ tells a _____________, don’t it?November 3, 2012 6
Jing/ScreenCast TechSmith Add visuals to your online conversations. Instead of typing at people, show them what you are talking about…pronto. “Jing is a great ‘quick and dirty’ solution for producing simple video tutorials in a hurry.” -Dave Kaminski Web Video University BlogNovember 3, 2012 7
Jing by TechSmith Where does it go when I am done?November 3, 2012 8
What you will need: • Microphone / Headset • Internet Connection • Application download http://www.techsmith.com/download/jin g/ • Jing and ScreenCast • A script • Access asset onlineNovember 3, 2012 9
Preparation• Audience and Purpose• Prepare a short script• Narration is key• PPT or Prezi slides• Screen Capture Windows• Upload to Website• Share with students/colleagues/parentsNovember 3, 2012 10
Jing in Action Recording of Jing PresentationNovember 3, 2012 11
Jing/Screencast in Action Scott Moss, Associate Faculty, National University Middle School Teacher @ Innovations, SD City Schools Inserting a Voki into Moodle • http://www.screencast.com/t/kjq6YCTbQ Uploading a PDF File to Moodle • http://www.screencast.com/t/DxtHNNo5 Embedding a Video into eCollege • http://screencast.com/t/ty4k0yq4yNovember 3, 2012 12
Teaching and TutoringCapstone Guidance for Masters Students• Step-by-step with document click-throughsBlog Assignment• Just-in-time reviewNovember 3, 2012 13
ResourcesCamtasia Relay (Tech Smith)Ferriter. W. C. (2010). Digitally Speaking,http://digitallyspeaking.pbworks.com/w/page/17791585/VoicethreadFisher, M. (2009) Image Web 2.0Moss, S. & Sistek-Chandler, C. (March 2012). Em’bed and Breakfast.https://docs.google.com/present/edit?id=0Ad3JzwIvrxy_ZGZmNjQ2Z3hfMTQ1ZnNrYmdxZm0Sistek-Chandler, C. (2012).http://my-ecoach.com/project.php?id=18294&project_step=87865VoicethreadsVoki www.Voki.comNovember 3, 2012 23
The Beginning Questions? One take away Contact: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org www.sdcue.orgNovember 3, 2012 24