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IT og  undervisning generelt _ Morten Ulstrup
Her ses en række sider med gode ideer til hvordan man som lærer kan bruge IT som værktøj i undervisningen.
Flipped Classroom og Blended learning må være noget vi skal have gang i i den danske folkeskole .
Screencording, Google Apps for Education , og mange andre gode værktøjer, er nogle af midlerne til at nå ovenstående og som kan være med til at skabe en mere tidsvarende undervisning, der skaber mere motivation hos eleverne.
På siden her samles ideer op der stimulerer denne proces
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Collaborative Screen Sharing App ScreenHero Now Available on Windows Too

Collaborative Screen Sharing App ScreenHero Now Available on Windows Too | IT og  undervisning generelt _ Morten Ulstrup | Scoop.it
Simple, collaborative screen sharing. You each get your own mouse, and you're both always in control.

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Robin Good's curator insight, March 6, 2013 6:06 AM



ScreenHero, which I have reviewed and announced back in December, is a downloadable app which allows anyone to collaboratively screen-share any application and to work together simultaneously on it with others.


Today ScreenHero has released a Windows version of its free app which is immediately available for download here: http://screenhero.com/#download


From the official site: "You each get your own mouse pointer, and you're both always in control. It's designed for collaboration, not just broadcasting your screen.


From the original article on BetaKit: "The team calls Screenhero “Google Docs for any application.”


After downloading the app, signing up, and adding team members or friends, users can either share their entire screen or one individual window.


Once a contact has agreed to view the screenshare, both participants get their own mouse pointer and similar to Google Docs, can simultaneously edit and work on projects.


...


The company said their platform is ideal for developers who are programming together or reviewing code, companies who want to review designs or mockups together, or marketers giving product demos.


The basic account is free, and soon users will be able to pay either $5 per month for an individual pro account, or $49 per month for a pro team account, which will add additional features like support and enterprise integration.


The app also lets users chat using Screenhero’s internal chat feature, currently via text but the company said it plans to add audio chat as well, which is a crucial feature since right now most users who want to chat while they’re working together have to use Skype in conjunction with Screenhero."


Source: http://betakit.com/2013/03/05/screenhero-launches-windows-version-of-collaborative-screensharing-app



Screenhero lets you screen share any application with anyone, no matter where they are. It's super simple and blazing fast. You each get your own mouse pointer, and you're both always in control. It's designed for collaboration, not just broadcasting your screen. It's like Google Docs for any application on your computer.



Free for Mac and Windows.


Future pricing: http://screenhero.com/pricing.html


Check this video: http://youtu.be/5BOAArc7vfM


Try it out now: http://screenhero.com/



Ulrike Grabe's curator insight, March 7, 2013 3:34 AM

From the website:

"Screenhero lets you screen share any application with anyone, no matter where they are. It's super simple and blazing fast. You each get your own mouse pointer, and you're both always in control. It's designed for collaboration, not just broadcasting your screen. It's like Google Docs for any application on your computer.

Screenhero is designed to feel like you're sitting next to the person you're working with — even when you're miles away. It's available for both Mac and Windows."

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Collaborative Screen Sharing App ScreenHero Now Available on Windows Too

Collaborative Screen Sharing App ScreenHero Now Available on Windows Too | IT og  undervisning generelt _ Morten Ulstrup | Scoop.it
Simple, collaborative screen sharing. You each get your own mouse, and you're both always in control.

Via Robin Good
more...
Robin Good's curator insight, March 6, 2013 6:06 AM



ScreenHero, which I have reviewed and announced back in December, is a downloadable app which allows anyone to collaboratively screen-share any application and to work together simultaneously on it with others.


Today ScreenHero has released a Windows version of its free app which is immediately available for download here: http://screenhero.com/#download


From the official site: "You each get your own mouse pointer, and you're both always in control. It's designed for collaboration, not just broadcasting your screen.


From the original article on BetaKit: "The team calls Screenhero “Google Docs for any application.”


After downloading the app, signing up, and adding team members or friends, users can either share their entire screen or one individual window.


Once a contact has agreed to view the screenshare, both participants get their own mouse pointer and similar to Google Docs, can simultaneously edit and work on projects.


...


The company said their platform is ideal for developers who are programming together or reviewing code, companies who want to review designs or mockups together, or marketers giving product demos.


The basic account is free, and soon users will be able to pay either $5 per month for an individual pro account, or $49 per month for a pro team account, which will add additional features like support and enterprise integration.


The app also lets users chat using Screenhero’s internal chat feature, currently via text but the company said it plans to add audio chat as well, which is a crucial feature since right now most users who want to chat while they’re working together have to use Skype in conjunction with Screenhero."


Source: http://betakit.com/2013/03/05/screenhero-launches-windows-version-of-collaborative-screensharing-app



Screenhero lets you screen share any application with anyone, no matter where they are. It's super simple and blazing fast. You each get your own mouse pointer, and you're both always in control. It's designed for collaboration, not just broadcasting your screen. It's like Google Docs for any application on your computer.



Free for Mac and Windows.


Future pricing: http://screenhero.com/pricing.html


Check this video: http://youtu.be/5BOAArc7vfM


Try it out now: http://screenhero.com/



Ulrike Grabe's curator insight, March 7, 2013 3:34 AM

From the website:

"Screenhero lets you screen share any application with anyone, no matter where they are. It's super simple and blazing fast. You each get your own mouse pointer, and you're both always in control. It's designed for collaboration, not just broadcasting your screen. It's like Google Docs for any application on your computer.

Screenhero is designed to feel like you're sitting next to the person you're working with — even when you're miles away. It's available for both Mac and Windows."