Entries from EnhancED tagged with 'screencasts'

Sharing a Screen Simplifies Support

Over the years CCNMTL staff have assisted many instructors using course websites and tools. One of the most effective ways to help faculty members has been to sit down with individuals at a computer in our Faculty Support Lab (in...

Screen Sharing for Tech Support or Teaching at a Distance

There are dozens of screen sharing utilities out there (including those built directly into most popular video conferencing apps), but if you simply want to share your screen with a person or group at a distance there are two options...

Screencasts for Student Training

Marcus Lam, Adjunct Lecturer at the School of Social Work, wanted his students to learn how to use Quantum GIS to analyze data in his "Community Development and Practice" course, SOCWT7124. He used Screenflow, a Mac-only screencasting tool, to develop...

Screencasting - DIY Tools

Web-based screencasting tools make it easy to create short screencasts without resorting to expensive software on your computer. We highlight three services that allow you to quickly create a narrated screen recording, which can be shared via popular web channels....

Screen Capture with Jing

Jing is a free software application from Techsmith (OS X and Windows) that allows you to take screenshots or videos of your computer's desktop, which you can share over the web. Videos (which can be full-screen or a small segment...

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