In my current professional role, I make A LOT of videos. Probably about one video a day for the last six months. I have a number of tools that I use to make these videos, but sometimes I just want a quick video that covers specific content in a quick and easy way. In comes Screencastomatic to save the day!
Screencastomatic allows you to capture video on your computer screen, with your webcam, or a combo of those two. It is easy to use...just follow this tutorial!
If you want to think through your resources and find different tutorials to help walk you through how to use Screencastomatic, Joel Speranza created a great flow chart for you to follow:
How are you using Screencastomatic in your classroom? Please leave a comment below.
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Julie K. Marsh is a long-time educator, a PhD candidate at The College of William and Mary focusing on curriculum and educational technology, and the Coordinator for Distance Education and Instructional Design at Bon Secours Memorial College of Nursing in Richmond, Virginia. Her current research interests include Design Thinking, Community of Inquiry, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), creativity in the classroom, open sourced educational resources, and participatory culture.
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