As I’ve been finalizing the “Video” chapter of my first eBook, “Playing with Media: simple ideas for powerful sharing,” I realized a screencast I recorded back in January on Screenr about turning on YouTube comment moderation wasn’t cross-posted to YouTube. That’s now been remedied. The video tutorial is three minutes, seventeen seconds long. I think I was a bit tired when I recorded this!
This was the first screencast I made with a Dell netbook running Windows7. Screenr is an excellent, free, web-based screencasting service for many reasons– including the fact that you can make them on any computer (regardless of platform) which has a connected microphone. More resources about creating screencasts are available on my “Technology for Teachers” course curriculum from Spring 2011.
Hat tip to Chris Smith for sharing Screenr with me in Hong Kong back in 2009.
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- Benefits of Social Networking - 2009
- Dreaming of a free NetFlix for books site for student readers - 2008
- Deciding Ning "friends" to avoid - 2007
- Making myself at home - 2006
- Welcome Dean, guest blogger! - 2006
- QuickTime tips - 2005
- Garageband tips - 2005