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!
If I have learned one thing in my time as an instructional designer and developer, it is that success in this area relies heavily on the element of flexibility with one’s clients. I work in higher education, and flexibility is especially significant when thinking about the overall roles of the instructional designer and instructor in […]
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 […]
Online course delivery always presents challenges. Instructors must determine the best way to provide content, instruction, and meaningful assessment as well as be aware of technologies available via the course’s learning management system. The work I just completed this week with a science education professor included all of these challenges, and in a couple of […]
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.