Screencasting 101: 'All Right Mr. DeMille, I'm Ready for My Close-Up

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Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference. Charleston, South Carolina. June 2009


Description: "With shifting trends in student attitudes and increasing numbers of non-traditional students, the use of technology by teachers becomes more significant to improve student learning. The goal of this session is to introduce 'screencasting' as a technique to supplement in-class learning and extend the effectiveness of instructor office hours. Screencasting is a generic category of software application that allows an instructor to capture a video recording from a computer screen to create short tutorials and demonstrations for viewing by students. The session will overview the application of this technology to assist students in a part-time MBA program, discuss the benefits of using this technique for both students and teachers, and demonstrate three applications available free from the web."

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