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Introduction to Screencasting for Teachers and Students
Introduction to Screencasting for Teachers and Students
Introduction to Screencasting for Teachers and Students
Introduction to Screencasting for Teachers and Students
Introduction to Screencasting for Teachers and Students
Introduction to Screencasting for Teachers and Students
Introduction to Screencasting for Teachers and Students
Introduction to Screencasting for Teachers and Students
Introduction to Screencasting for Teachers and Students
Introduction to Screencasting for Teachers and Students
Introduction to Screencasting for Teachers and Students
Introduction to Screencasting for Teachers and Students
Introduction to Screencasting for Teachers and Students
Introduction to Screencasting for Teachers and Students
Introduction to Screencasting for Teachers and Students
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Introduction to Screencasting for Teachers and Students

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  • 1. Introduction to SCREENCASTING Kiran Budhrani October 21, 2008
  • 2. 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
  • 3. Types
    • Tutorial
      • Demonstration how to use a software
    • Presentation
      • Lecture
      • Software Review
    • Animated Whiteboard
  • 4. a powerful form of INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA
  • 5. Show & Tell “I just cant tell you how, I need to show you how”
  • 6. 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
  • 7. Rich Media Documentation
  • 8.
    • Captures expert and tacit knowledge
    • Re-usability
    • Easily shared
  • 9. Creating a Screencast PLANNING PRODUCTION POST PRODUCTION
  • 10. Planning
    • Know who your audience
    • Write a script in scenes
    • Practice what you say and what you will show
  • 11. Production Options
    • Capture the video first, record the voice over and sync later
    • Capture the video with the voice over simultaneously
  • 12. Production Tips
    • Be conversational
    • Use appropriate language
    • Emphasize parts of the screen as you demo
  • 13. Post Production
    • Check your work for correctness
    • Remove wasted motion
    • Don’t hesitate to recapture
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