Some nice examples of short videos covering topics like neuro anatomy, immunology, physiology. You could create something similar using some of the iPad whiteboard apps and also eliminate the hand covering the screen.
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Camtasia is a great screencasting tool, particularly useful for recording lectures. You can edit your recordings and output to a number of different formats. You do have to pay for it but you can download a 30 day free trial. There are also really helpful screencasts tutorials showing you how to use it.
Here's an example of a short audio podcast we recorded to promote an event in our Making a Doctor series. Dr David Jeffrey tells students a little more about a workshop he's running on difficult communication at end of life.
This took us about 5 minutes to record and then we were able to upload it into a post on one of our MedBlogs about 15 minutes later.
Screenr | Instant screencasts: Just click record. Screenr’s web-based screen recorder makes it a breeze to create and share your screencasts around the web. Just click the record button, capture your screen & voice, and share the link.
Screenr is a free web-based screencasting tool and you can login with a Twitter, Google, Facebook or Yahoo account. You can record up to 5 minutes, when you've finished you can preview your recording and then decide if you want to publish it.
Once published you can post to YouTube or you can download your video. If you don't want it to be public once it's published just download and then delete on the screenr.com website.
You can also embed screenr screencasts on other websites.
An audio podcast can be a great way to share your opinions online or to publish in iTunes, but it needn’t be hard to record, edit and create one. Recording a podcast is a breeze using the built-in tools that come with every new Mac, and the whole process of editing and exporting takes just a few minutes for a simple audio podcast. This tutorial explores some of the easiest ways to create one.
One academic task the iPad lends itself towards is screencasting. After all, the iPad is portable, powerful, and has been used with other presentation mediums (Keynote, PowerPoint, and Prezi) since its release because users have the option to create, save, and share all in one compact and visually-robust device. However, it’s been less obvious how to find screencasting software for the iPad.
With Microsoft Expression Encoder 4, you can record a movie of your desktop screen of any size and simultaneously capture the webcam video and audio narration from a microphone.
Alternatively, you may capture the screen activity without the audio and add a voiceover later at the time of producing the video using the “Audio Overlay” feature.
Expression Encoder has been around for a while but with one limitation – the free version would only let you screen capture 10-minute video clips and if you were to record clip of longer duration, you had to switch to Expression Encoder Pro.
Well the good news is that Microsoft has recently released a new version – Expression Encoder SP2 – that contains bug fixes and stability enhancements and they’ve also dropped the time limitation.
Online screen recorder for one-click recording on Windows, Mac, or Linux for free.
Screencast-o-Matic another free online screencasting tool. This one allows you to record a screencast upto 15 minutes long with a free account. It also allows you to download the screencast in a number of file formats.
Read reviews, get customer ratings, see screenshots, and learn more about ScreenChomp on the App Store. Download ScreenChomp and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
ScreenChomp is a free iPad app. It works like an interactive whiteboard and you can record both what you write or annotate and your voice and create a screencast of what you do. Great for recording those back of the presciption pad teaching notes.
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