ScreenFlow is my favourite screencasting software tool and the one that I use to make all the video tutorials for my Tech Tools for Teachers series on OneStopEnglish and for the award winning Blended Learning in ELT course I designed for Bell. I'm now using it to create iPad tutorials and it works really well.
~Record from desktop, a video camera, microphone and computer's audio all at the same time ~Full screen HD capture, optimized for the best, most efficient screen capture ~Intuitive editing interface allows you to add professional touches ~Keynote and PowerPoint support ~Full range of elegant 2D & 3D transitions ~Publish directly to YouTube, Vimeo or Flash movie ~Optimized to take advantage of productivity enhancements in Mac OS X Lion
Après plusieurs mois d’échanges avec l’association Décider ensemble, et faute d’avoir pu identifier en France aujourd’hui des expériences concrètes de concertation faisant recourt à l’Open Data, nous avons choisi d’imaginer comment cela pourrait se passer.
À ce jour, 83% de l'e-learning disponible l'est pour des structures de plus de 5.000 salariés. Artoris s'est donc lancé le défi de mettre ce type de solution en place pour les PME et TPE : Learn Factory.
In a study of 28 subjects wearing brain-machine interface devices built by companies like Neurosky and Emotiv and marketed to consumers for gaming and attention exercises, researchers found they were able to extract hints directly from the electrical signals of the test subjects’ brains that partially revealed private information, like the location of their homes, faces they recognized and even their credit card PINs, Forbes reports.
In a recent post, I built a drag and drop video player where you can select and drag a video title to load a video tutorial. I got lots of questions about how I built the player. Most of the questions were about how I built the drag-and-drop player. So I put together some tutorials and made the file available for download.
Tutorial 1: create the framework Tutorial 2: add layers and links Tutorial 3: create the drag and drop Tutorial 4: design tips Downloads: file and free font
One reason why the post generated so many questions is because of the novelty of dragging the choice button to load a tutorial video. This makes sense. In most cases this type of demo would have been a click and reveal interaction; but the drag and drop choice added some novel interactivity.
However, was using a drag and drop button the best way to do it? That’s what we’ll explore today.
"L’idée est de s’appuyer sur le programme officiel et de faire participer les professeurs dans la réalisation de vidéos pédagogiques et d’exercices interactifs." Prochaine étape, l'intégration dans le programme d'iTunes U ?
Mobile technology and social networks aren't just disruptive to existing industries like communications and media, they are also helping the change the way that students learn and how education is delivered both in North America and around the world.
Charles is one of the world’s leading thinkers and practitioners in learning and development — currently head of Duntroon Associates and previously Chief Learning Officer for Reuters and Thomson Reuters.He will be talking at the conference about how the 70:20:10 learning framework — based on studies that show high performers learn approximately 70% from experience, 20% from others and 10% from formal study – is being adopted by many organizations around the world.
Mural.ly is a new tool (still in beta, launched last week) that is a cross between Prezi and mind maps. It’s easy to use and share what you create (perfect for most students, teachers, and parents) but the real beauty of mural.ly is in its lack of structure.