Over the past few months, we have been gathering information and advice from many people and resources around Penn on creating screen videos for educational use. We recently published a new LibGuide that presents an overview of screen videos and includes resources for beginners, advanced users, students, and faculty. We recommend software (from iMovie to Camtasia to Snapz Pro) and hardware (E-beam Whiteboard Capture and Wacom Tablets) to get started with screen recording, as well as specific resources for faculty from SAS Computing, the Arts & Sciences Learning Commons, and the TechSmith Blogs. We also feature materials from our WICshop on voice-over narration in PowerPoint, as another powerful tool for recording lectures and presentations. We will be updating our guide over the summer with more resources and examples. Please do share your comments with us.
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