How to: Get Started with Screencasting [HPEC Fast Facts]
journal contributionposted on 28.05.2020 by Jenny Moffett
Any type of content formally published in an academic journal, usually following a peer-review process.
You might think that screencasting is one for the techsperts,
but if you’ve ever narrated a set of slides, you have created a
screencast. The term simply refers to recording your activities
at your own computer. Narrated slides are a good start, but
screencasts have many more applications, and can be used to
decrease the social distance between educator and learner.
Used effectively, screencasting can create “a ‘look over my
shoulder’ effect similar to one-on-one instruction” (Educause,
CommentsPart of the HPEC Fast Facts collection: https://hdl.handle.net/10779/rcsi.c.4960775.v3
Published CitationMoffett J (Ed.) How to: Get Started with Screencasting. HPEC Fast Facts. 2020; June
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