There are different reasons why you want to share your computer screen with others. For instance you want to walk students through the process of using a certain web tool or installing an app, sharing your computer screen with them will allow them to see what you are doing right in your computer. This is also a good way to either give tech help or receive it from others. There is nothing better than watching the process unfolding right before your eyes without having to leave your computer screen. Whatever you motive for wanting to use screen sharing, this collection of web tools is definitely a good place to start with:
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This is a fantastic infographic by Ian Cleary and his team at RazorSocial. I don’t find it especially useful as a run-down of a SMM’s life so much as a commentary (and chronicle) of the multiple amazing digital tools available at anyone’s disposal for creation, curation and management. If you review this with that perspective, it’s concurrently motivating and informative.
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