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Doceri - The Interactive Whiteboard for iPad.

Doceri - The Interactive Whiteboard for iPad. | technologies | Scoop.it
Doceri is a scalable suite of products that allows a teacher or presenter to control a computer's desktop, to control audiovisual technology, and to annotate any presentation in real time with the Apple™ iPad™. Doceri is an intuitive interface that can replace interactive whiteboards and expensive AV touch panels.
John Dalziel's insight:

Doceri is a versatile app that lets practitioners, and/or learners, create, share, annotate and control presentations, and they can also record and share screen-casts.
At the time of curating this, the iPad version is free, and a Windows 8.1 version costs $4.99.
Trying to record voice narration while also recording or annotating a presentation can, for many, be challenging, and Doceri simplifies this process with a timeline-based editor that lets users capture a presentation first, then go back and add voice narration where appropriate. Users can also pause a recording as many times as they need.
Doceri also gives users many options for uploading or sharing screencasts; they can...
· share a screencast directly to YouTube or Facebook;
· send it privately as an e-mail attachment;
· save it to their camera roll;
· transfer it to their computer via iTunes;
· upload it to a LMS (learning management system) or Google Drive;
· incorporate it into iBooks Author; or
· import it into iMovie, Adobe Premiere or other video editing software.

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Maria Sara de Lasa's curator insight, May 18, 8:00 AM

New IWB tools 

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Office Mix - PowerPoint add-in

Office Mix - PowerPoint add-in | technologies | Scoop.it
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Office Mix is a new offering for practitioners, from Microsoft, which turns their PowerPoints into interactive presentations.

NOTE: Mix works with the 2013 version of PowerPoint by adding a tab with a number of tools to the interface.
Using Mix, a microphone and webcam, users can record themself narrating the slides and have this play along with their presentation.
They can also record screencasts and embed them into their slideshow.
Users can include interactive quizzes and polls, and they can receive feedback on how each of their learners performed on these.
Office Mix is very intuitive to use.
Mixes can be shared online and viewed on multiple devices.
It’s a great tool for blended learning activities.

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Active Presenter

Active Presenter | technologies | Scoop.it

ActivePresenter's free edition can do practically everything that the Standard and Pro edition can do; the only difference is that the commercial editions can export to a few more formats.

 

For most practical purposes, the free edition is more than satisfactory.

 

What does it do?

 

ActivePresenter allows users to screen capture, cut, slice, join, draw, annotate and do all kinds of editing that is required to produce engaging tutorials and/or demonstrations without touching any other video editing software.

 

Mouse clicks, cursor path and movement, keyboard key presses, drag and drop actions, and more, can all be shown; the editing library lets users add texts, graphics, pre-built shapes such as arrows, circles etc., spotlights, zoom-in and zoom-out, slide transitions, and other embellishments.

 

Record audio from a microphone or add an audio track from file.

 

Add closed captions/subtitles, and yes ActivePresenter has an image editor included as well.

 

Got to be worth a closer look!

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JISC Digital Media - The Little Guides

Little Guide to...
- Finding Digital Media Resources
- Copyright
- Cloud Computing
- Podcasting
- Screencasting

 

If you would like to suggest a 'Little Guide' subject area, or have a query, contact Digital Media via their Helpdesk Service or call 0117 331 4447

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Screencastify

Screencastify | technologies | Scoop.it
A simple video screen recorder for Chrome,
Chromebooks and Chromeboxes
John Dalziel's insight:

Screencastify is a video screen capture software for Chrome.
Just press record and the content of your tab, webcam or desktop is recorded.
Users can easily create screencasts for video tutorials, record presentations etc.
Screencastify does not depend on any plugins (like Java, Flash or others), so runs on all platforms that run Chrome...
   - Linux,
   - Windows,
   - OS X or
   - ChromeOS (Chromebooks and Chromeboxes).
Screencastify can store their recordings on Google Drive, so they can access them from anywhere. This also helps to save local storage, especially on Chromebooks.
All Versions include:
   - Desktop capturing
   - Chrome tab capturing
   - Embed webcam videos
   - Direct upload to Google Drive and Youtube
   - Maximal privacy - videos are recorded locally
   - Automatic updates
Note: Free Version - Recording length limited to 10 minutes.

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Ask3

Ask3 | technologies | Scoop.it
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Ask3 (from TechSmith, the makers of Jing and Camtasia) is...
- screencasting software,
- collaboration tool,
- differentiation platform and
- scaffolded support system all rolled into one FREE iOS app.
Learners and/or practitioners can draw on a virtual whiteboard, record their drawings, narration and even annotate over pictures.
Ask3 also...
- allows learners to automatically upload these screencasts so that they are instantly viewable from all iPads logged into the same "class".
- also gives learners the ability to comment on each other's video - from within the video timeline; they can pause the screencast and add their own comment(s), question(s) or suggestion(s). All of these comments are instantly viewable for the class and practitioner to see and reply to.
There's more.
If text isn't enough to answer a question. Peers and/or practitioners can...
- pause the video where they want to provide help,
- comment,
- ask a question or solve the problem.
Ask3 then allows them to screencast over that paused image and to create their own video response, taking over from where the original video left off.
The video response is then available for the class to view in the timeline as well.
I'm sure that's enough to enthuse potential users.

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Mark Ayton's curator insight, August 15, 2013 6:28 AM

Need a simple free tool for instantly preparing, presenting, pre-recording and flipping learning activities? This could be the very thing to get your suite of iPads out of the racks and into action! Thanks to @acljohn for another great find.

Tina Jameson's curator insight, August 15, 2013 7:08 PM

Looks like a very useful collaborative classroom tool.  Free too at the moment so well worth trying!

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Webinaria

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Free open source screen recording software.

 

Webinaria...

- is excellent quality;

- gets continuously upgraded and improved;

- is remarkably easy to use.

- creates a screen record video in .AVI format, and has the option to create an FLV file from it.

 

Webinaria can also combine a different video input, like a webcam, with the screen recording process.

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