The Delaware Tech CCIT and IIT departments are pleased to announce the grand opening of a state of the art recording studio for faculty use: Innovation Studios at the George CCIT Lab.
This dedicated workspace, equipped with a 22-inch pen display monitor, 60-inch interactive HD screen, and a variety of microphone options, provides everything you need to create video lectures, screencasts, podcasts, and other multimedia instructional presentations. Camtasia software installed at the studio enables post production tasks, such as clipping, audio mixing, and closed captioning.
Innovation Studios is open for all Delaware Tech faculty, from any campus, to reserve for use following an initial studio orientation.
Learn more on the CCIT website and start planning your next multimedia masterpiece today.
By Jerry W. Pearson
Delaware Technical Community College
One of the most popular methods to flipping your classroom is screen capturing or screen casting. There are many programs, desktop and web-based alike, offering you avenues to capture your lecture and post it into the cloud as a video your students can watch and download. Some are more complicated or costly than others. The items you want pay the most attention to in your video presentation are clear images, text, and audio, effective pacing, proper emphasis, and portability to multiple devices. For starters, though, let’s take a look at some of your screen capturing program options. (Click here for larger image)
One of the things that you might want to do from time to time is to actually show others a way of doing something or to show others something that is actually on your screen. You might want to record a tutorial for YouTube or a similar video sharing website or record your screen for a variety of other reasons. If you want to do this then you will need screen capture software. Here’s a compiled a list of 10 of the best screen capture pieces of software out there.
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