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  • Introduction to SCREENCASTING Kiran Budhrani October 21, 2008
  • Screencasting
    • A screencast captures what is displayed on a computer screen ( accompanied by commentary)
    • Step-by-step procedures
    • http://www.screencastcentral.com/public/290.cfm
  • Types
    • Tutorial
      • Demonstration how to use a software
    • Presentation
      • Lecture
      • Software Review
    • Animated Whiteboard
  • a powerful form of INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA
  • Show & Tell “I just cant tell you how, I need to show you how”
  • Instructional Implications
    • Content is more engaging and interactive
    • To communicate what cannot be explained easily
    • To communicate exactly what and exactly how
    • Effectively teach through examples
  • Rich Media Documentation
    • Captures expert and tacit knowledge
    • Re-usability
    • Easily shared
  • Creating a Screencast PLANNING PRODUCTION POST PRODUCTION
  • Planning
    • Know who your audience
    • Write a script in scenes
    • Practice what you say and what you will show
  • Production Options
    • Capture the video first, record the voice over and sync later
    • Capture the video with the voice over simultaneously
  • Production Tips
    • Be conversational
    • Use appropriate language
    • Emphasize parts of the screen as you demo
  • Post Production
    • Check your work for correctness
    • Remove wasted motion
    • Don’t hesitate to recapture
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