I’m a little late in posting this, given that TechSmith‘s 2014 Screencast Camp happened three weeks ago, but better late than never, huh? Just like last year, I had a great time at Screencast Camp and appreciate TechSmith and its wonderful staff for making it as superb as it was. Select the image below to […]
On our drive back home from Screencast Camp last weekend, my friend, a new K-12 teacher, was excited about what she’d learned about flipping the classroom. She mentioned that she’d heard something about using a Bamboo tablet to record screencasts, and it struck me that, since she already owns an iPad, she might want to […]
The wait is over. The event is over. The drive is over. But the enthusiasm is not over. In fact, less than a day has passed since I attended my first Screencast Camp, and I’m already thinking of ideas for sessions next year!
Screencasting nerds unite! In less than two short weeks, I’ll be joining a group of about 100 other fans of the art of screencasting at TechSmith’s Screencast Camp! I have wanted to attend this bar camp–type event that focuses on attendees’ sharing ideas and knowledge about screencasting for at least a year and finally got […]
An ideal way to educate? Use a real-life story. An ideal software application to use? Camtasia Studio. I recently got the opportunity to combine the two, and the results were great.