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Screencasting, Tutorials & You!

Screencasting is recording the video and audio output of a computer into a short movie. While many screencasts are used as tutorials for software, there are other pedagogical purposes for this medium as well. This workshop outlines some of the possible uses for instruction, as well as for professional work. We will look at both proprietary and open-source screencasting programs for use on Macs and PCs, and getting some hands-on time with Camtasia, a leading contender in the screencasting software genre.

Eric Machan Howd works for Cornell University as an Instructional Designer and Project Manager in the area of Academic Technologies. He has been teaching in higher education since 1993 and preaching educational technology since 1998. Eric has worked with Library Councils across New York State and the State of Connecticut, facilitating courses in survey design, new media, and general topics in technology. Additionally, he teaches, or has taught, at Ithaca College, Empire State College, Tompkins Cortland Community College, Cortland State University, and Binghamton University.

Fri Feb 22, 2013 3pm – 5pm GMT (no daylight saving)
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