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== Tools for creating screencasts ==
 
== Tools for creating screencasts ==
  
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* '''Screenr''' (free, not open source, owned by Articulate) - http://www.screenr.com
 
* '''CamStudio''' (open source) - http://camstudio.org
 
* '''CamStudio''' (open source) - http://camstudio.org
 
* '''Jing''' (free, but not open source) - http://www.jingproject.com
 
* '''Jing''' (free, but not open source) - http://www.jingproject.com

Revision as of 16:54, 20 January 2014

Screencasts are ways to present instructional material, usually through a series of pictures with an audio track.

Screencasts in Moodle

Screencasts use the multimedia capabilities in Moodle. They can be embedded in most Moodle pages that have the HTML editor. A screencast might use a flash (.swf) file.

Where do I find screencasts about Moodle?

You may find links to screencasts at the bottom of many MoodleDoc pages with external links to Moodle screencasts on YouTube or other places, e.g. Moodle Tutorials.

Favorites include:

Tools for creating screencasts

How do I create a screencast?

See also