Lecture capture has been around for some time, and software like Camtasia, Snagit, iShowU, and ScreenFlow are all somewhat effective at capturing whatever is happening on screen. The problem with user created recordings is managing all that content. Basically the instructor ends up copying files somewhere or other where they get transcoded into a web …Read more at the full article: Lecture Capture Pilot for Spring semester
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When someone emails you and asks a question about how to do something on the computer, do you ever wish you could show them instead of type out your answer in an email response? Have you ever heard that a picture is worth a thousand words? What does that make a short, explanatory video worth?
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Captivate, Camtasia, and Articulate
The College of Medicine is looking at ways to incorporate eLearning into their curriculum. They are considering lecture or screen capture and tools that allow instructors to integrate interactive features. In order to make a decision about what would best meet their needs, they held a panel discussion on October 15, 2010. …Read more at the full article: Asynchronous Learning Tools