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  • 1. Creating Sharable Sakai Screencasts for Your Institution Amy Neymeyr, Carol Rhodes Indiana University University Information Technology Services
  • 2. Screencasts, Oncourse CL and IU
    • How do screencasts fit into our online support offerings?
  • 3. How We Distribute Screencasts 1 2
  • 4. How Users Find Screencasts 2007 2008
  • 5. Screencasts: The Good
  • 6. Screencasts: The Bad Branding Size
  • 7. New Directions: What We Needed to Do
    • Screencast Requirements:
      • Sharable with [editable by] Sakai Partners
        • What Technologies?
          • What is accessible by many?
          • What will allow us to update easily?
      • Generic Sakai content only
      • Able to be played on portable devices
      • Exchangeable audio and other assets
      • Accessible
  • 8. How We Responded
    • Experimentation with PowerPoint Using Sakai-only Content
      • http://www.indiana.edu/~edclass/Sakai08/WeightedCategory_PercentCSR.ppt
      • http://www.indiana.edu/~edclass/Sakai08/Regular_PowerPoint_Messages_Tool_POC.ppt
      • http://www.indiana.edu/~edclass/Sakai08/csrMergeSiteContent_1_.ppt
      • Pros:
        • Most have PowerPoint
        • Screen snaps in grayscale can reflect most Sakai environments
        • Master pages enable swappable content
        • Imported audio is exchangeable
        • Accessible
        • Wondershare or other conversion software converts to MP4
      • Cons:
        • Timeline is difficult to manage
        • No savings in development time compared to Captivate
  • 9. How We Responded
    • Experimentation with Captivate Using Sakai-only Content
      • http://www.indiana.edu/~ittrain/oncourse/feature_demos/qs_gdbook_change_grade_type.htm
      • Demonstration of customizing skins
      • Pros:
        • More focused, Sakai-only content mostly reflects various Sakai environments
        • Library objects enable swappable content
        • Imported audio is also exchangeable
        • ByteScout SWF to Video conversion software converts to mp4
      • Cons:
        • Captivate does not record in Grayscale
        • Editing requires investment in Captivate
        • SWFs are not accessible, necessitating scripts. Example: http://www.indiana.edu/~edclass/Sakai08/gdbook_change_grade_type.doc
  • 10. Your Turn
    • What do our Sakai partners need?
    • Your input
    • Questions?