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iPad Screencasting: Educreations and Explain Everything - ProfHacker - The Chronicle of Higher Education

iPad Screencasting: Educreations and Explain Everything - ProfHacker - The Chronicle of Higher Education | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

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. The intersection of these two teaching tools—iPads and screencasts—has been largely absent from these discussions, yet this combination has the ability to create great learning material for a variety of disciplines and classroom formats (face-to-face, mixed mode, and distance learning alike).

 

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Screencasting iPad app & web interface combination: EduCreations | Technology with Intention

Screencasting iPad app & web interface combination: EduCreations | Technology with Intention | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

This post is an introduction and evaluation of EduCreations new iPad screencasting app. This is a companion post to the previous reviews, Screencasting Apps for the iPad (September 2011).

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New iPad App Lets Any Teacher Be Like Sal Khan | Edudemic

New iPad App Lets Any Teacher Be Like Sal Khan | Edudemic | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

The Educreations iPad app, which launched this week as a free download in the App Store (iTunes link), transforms the tablet into an interactive whiteboard that records a teacher’s voice and handwriting as they explain a concept or work through an example problem. Teachers can add photos to their lessons from the iPad’s Photo Library or camera, or a Dropbox account, and they can animate the photos by tapping and dragging. Finished lessons are hosted on educreations.com, where they can be shared privately with a class of students or publicly with everyone.

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