Best practices of screencasting

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Author list: Jesus, R., Moreira, F.
Publisher: Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference e-Learning 2010, Part of the IADIS Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems 2010
Publication year: 2010
Volume number: 2
Start page: 72
End page: 76
Number of pages: 5
ISBN: 978-972893917-5
Languages: English-Great Britain (EN-GB)


This paper presents a set of useful suggestions to faculty who are
interested in screencasting as a tool to support their blended learning
lessons. Although these best practices were derived from a research with
undergraduate health students, they also reflect the literature's
review of other areas, so they are valid for other contexts besides the
health area. A screencast is a digital recording of computer screen
output, including mouse movements and audio narration. Thus, screencasts
are very well suited to complement traditional face-to-face classes,
both expositive and demonstrative, even if they are not related with
software application demonstrations or computer related tasks. To guide a
professor in the process of making and distributing screencasts to
his/her students, this paper lists and thoroughly explains all the
necessary steps.


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