This five minute screencast, recorded with the FREE, browser-based screenrecorder Screenr, explains how organizers of the K-12 Online Conference use the software program FeedForAll (commercial) to update conference video and audio podcast channels.

Screenr imposes a five minute limit on screencasts, and the first time I tried to record this I wasn’t succinct enough! I think it is great to have an imposed five minute limit on screencast length. It makes the creator choose words carefully!

Screenr - Time Limit Reached

Many thanks to Chris Smith who introduced me to Screenr at the 21st Century Learning @ Hong Kong conference in September. Chris has a lot of GREAT links to screencasting resources on his website,

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