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Screencasting lectures November 18, 2008

Posted by Andy in pedagogics.
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Well, I’m now at a class on how to screencast. Screencasting is basically a video of your computerscreen, and is easy to produce through free software like Windows Media Encoder.

I’ve tried one lecture so far, and the sound was dreadful, so I’m going to have to be a lot clearer in my speech and use a better microphone. But once it’s done, you can play it on a usual Windows media player. This is definitely the way forward.

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