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Producing online Screencasts asteaching and learning resources   Joel Eaton and Zak mensah
Ways to access our help:• Helpdesk• Technical Advice Documents & Guides• Training• Online Surgery• Consultancy
House rules• Ask questions at any time!• Questions in text chat only please• Questions/comments ‘@name’• Mixed use of audi...
Summary1. Introduction and context2. Uses in Teaching and Learning3. Using online tools4. Design and Planning5. Discussion...
What is a screencast ?  Screen capture     accompanied by    Voice-over
Brief history of screencastingwww.jiscdigitalmedia.ac.uk/movingimages/advice/screencasting
Why consider screencasting?• Growth of digital media & internet• Affordability / availability of software• Available on in...
Why consider screencasting? Learner Benefits –   • Passive to active learning   • Student expectation   • Speed of product...
Why consider screencasting?Personal & Institutional Benefits  • Competitive edge  • Flexibility / Scale    o Topic    o Mo...
Uses for screencasts• Recording teaching sessions  o lectures etc• Pre-recorded support materials• Software/web  o demonst...
Uses for screencasts• Recording teaching sessions  o lectures etc• Pre-recorded support materials• Software/web  o demonst...
Uses for screencasts•   Assessment•   Learning resources with commentary•   Fieldwork support•   Material for distance lea...
Starting Points• Basic skills  • what do you need to know to begin?• Keep it simple• Start with a basic screencast
Uses re-cap•   Learning resources including the use of commentary•   Lecture capture•   Software demonstrations & training...
Why create online?Pro’s   –    Free. TBYB   –    No local installation   –    Simple tio use   –    Multiple locations/use...
Current available Software•   Screenr•   Screen-o-matic•   Screentoaster – currently down!•   Jing (not online!)
Examples of Screencasts created              onlineStudent feedbackhttp://www.screencast-o-  matic.com/watch/c6lDouXtLStud...
Design and Planning•   Planning in the Workflow•   Pre, during and post session•   Key production elements•   Evaluation m...
Workflow Stage 1 - Planning
When ?• Before session• During contact session• Post session
Delivery• Audience context   • who   • how   • where• Identifying delivery channels –   • vle, rss, etc   • devices,   • h...
Tips• Keep it simple (at least at first!)• Let the viewer control play/pause  o Autoplay is usually not desirable,    even...
Copyright!• Unless you have the permission  from the copyright holder, or if  you own the copyright, you are  not allowed ...
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  1. 1. Producing online Screencasts asteaching and learning resources Joel Eaton and Zak mensah
  2. 2. Ways to access our help:• Helpdesk• Technical Advice Documents & Guides• Training• Online Surgery• Consultancy
  3. 3. House rules• Ask questions at any time!• Questions in text chat only please• Questions/comments ‘@name’• Mixed use of audio and text
  4. 4. Summary1. Introduction and context2. Uses in Teaching and Learning3. Using online tools4. Design and Planning5. DiscussionNot covered in depth - delivery
  5. 5. What is a screencast ? Screen capture accompanied by Voice-over
  6. 6. Brief history of screencastingwww.jiscdigitalmedia.ac.uk/movingimages/advice/screencasting
  7. 7. Why consider screencasting?• Growth of digital media & internet• Affordability / availability of software• Available on institutional and learner personal devices
  8. 8. Why consider screencasting? Learner Benefits – • Passive to active learning • Student expectation • Speed of production
  9. 9. Why consider screencasting?Personal & Institutional Benefits • Competitive edge • Flexibility / Scale o Topic o Module o Course • Re-use
  10. 10. Uses for screencasts• Recording teaching sessions o lectures etc• Pre-recorded support materials• Software/web o demonstrations, o training o walkthroughs
  11. 11. Uses for screencasts• Recording teaching sessions o lectures etc• Pre-recorded support materials• Software/web o demonstrations, o training o walkthroughs
  12. 12. Uses for screencasts• Assessment• Learning resources with commentary• Fieldwork support• Material for distance learners• Peer review / collaboration
  13. 13. Starting Points• Basic skills • what do you need to know to begin?• Keep it simple• Start with a basic screencast
  14. 14. Uses re-cap• Learning resources including the use of commentary• Lecture capture• Software demonstrations & training• Pre-recorded support material• Fieldwork support• Recording teaching sessions (lectures etc)• On-screen walkthroughs• Assessment (learner demonstrating and/or teacher feedback - highlighting that it will be covered in 4th session• Producing enhanced video podcasts• Producing material for distance learners• Collaboration• Peer review (informal learning)
  15. 15. Why create online?Pro’s – Free. TBYB – No local installation – Simple tio use – Multiple locations/users – Speed – Strorage – EmbeddableCons – Ownership issues (always check ToS) – Publically viewable – Accessible via internet using only a web browser* – Simple (if any) editing functions – Limited features – quizzes, interactivity, audio tools
  16. 16. Current available Software• Screenr• Screen-o-matic• Screentoaster – currently down!• Jing (not online!)
  17. 17. Examples of Screencasts created onlineStudent feedbackhttp://www.screencast-o- matic.com/watch/c6lDouXtLStudent Usehttp://www.screenr.com/bIVTurning off public viewing in Screenrhttp://www.screenr.com/mIL
  18. 18. Design and Planning• Planning in the Workflow• Pre, during and post session• Key production elements• Evaluation mechanisms• Designing for reuse• Modular structure and design
  19. 19. Workflow Stage 1 - Planning
  20. 20. When ?• Before session• During contact session• Post session
  21. 21. Delivery• Audience context • who • how • where• Identifying delivery channels – • vle, rss, etc • devices, • hosting
  22. 22. Tips• Keep it simple (at least at first!)• Let the viewer control play/pause o Autoplay is usually not desirable, even if the option is available• Student devices o Are you compatible?• Refactoring
  23. 23. Copyright!• Unless you have the permission from the copyright holder, or if you own the copyright, you are not allowed to make a copy of a resource.• Alternative resources?http://bit.ly/iTMRcU• Taking risks/managing risks• Your rights/institutional policy
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