Presentation by Jason Rhode, PhD, Faculty Development and Instructional Design Center, Northern Illinois University
When providing instruction to students, often it is helpful to provide a simple recorded demonstration of a specific task or activity in addition to textual documentation. Such educational tutorials, also often referred to as "screencasts," can be created using a software capture program that records cursor movement, typing, or other on-screen activity as well as narration. This hands-on workshop will introduce the free Jing screencasting tool and explore several practical applications for implementing simple educational tutorials in the classroom.
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Last Updated: 5/19/2009
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Rhode, J. F. (2009, May 19). Quick and simple creation of educational tutorials. Presented at Faculty Summer Institute on Teaching Technologies, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.