Workshop on Screencasting

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Slide presentation use of a workshop session on screencasting
15 & 16 July 2014

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  • Why do we upgrade Blackboard?
    Keep technology updated – at least once a year
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  • Why do we upgrade Blackboard?
    Keep technology updated – at least once a year
    Advantage of fixes and new features
  • Workshop on Screencasting

    1. 1. Zainal Abidin bin Sayadi Faculty of Science, Technology & Human Development
    2. 2. Day 1  Screencast: What & Why?  Hands-On 1 (PresentationTube)  Hands-On 2 (Screencast-O-Matic) Day 2  Hands-On 3 (EzVid)  Hands-On 4 (Sharing & Distributing)
    3. 3. What is SCREENCAST?
    4. 4. What Are Screencast Videos?
    5. 5. Screencasting is a way to present “digitally recorded playback of computer screen output which often contains audio narration” and to visually demonstrate procedural information to students. Udell (2005) A definition…
    6. 6. Why SCREENCAST?
    7. 7. ppedClassroom
    8. 8. Flipped Classroom
    9. 9. Flipped Classroom
    10. 10. Tools
    11. 11.  Microsoft Windows (XP/Vista/7/8/8.1).  MS PowerPoint installed in your computer (2003/2007/2010/2013).  A PowerPoint presentation saved in your local drive (in PPT, PPTX or PPS format).  A Webcam driver/USB camera and microphone connected to your computer (optional).  A minimum screen resolution of 800x600.

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