Apple · iPad · Media literacy · Recording your screen · Top tip

#371 OMG: It’s finally here!!!!!!!

A shorty but a goody…….. Years and years ago I dreamed of a time when you could just record a demo on your iPhone and send it to someone. No wires no bridging apps….no hacks or jailbreaks……and now you can…..I’m so happy I could actually smile. It’s taken me 3 months to calm down…..  … Continue reading #371 OMG: It’s finally here!!!!!!!

Classroom technology · Digital creation · Digital creation, innovation and scholarship (creative production) · JISC: 6 elements of digital capability · MMU: ISS Themes · mmutube · Recording your screen · Video

#323 Kaltura CaptureSpace [1/2]: Recording Lecture / Screen Content

Want to record content from lectures, or want to prepare content for use in a lecture? Kaltura Capture Space is used at Manchester Met and allows you to record lecture content. One example is recording PowerPoint with voice. This first video shows you how to log in and select the appropriate tool.  You may need… Continue reading #323 Kaltura CaptureSpace [1/2]: Recording Lecture / Screen Content

Google Chrome · ICT proficiency · Media literacy · Top tip

#270 Print Screen not showing the full page? Try this little trick!

If you are trying to do a screen shot of a full webpage, Print Screen just might not cut it. Often much of the the web page is hidden off the screen, so your screen shot can be missing it’s lower half. Not anymore! Full Page Screen Capture is a Chrome Web browser plug-in that… Continue reading #270 Print Screen not showing the full page? Try this little trick!

Digital creation · Digital creation, innovation and scholarship (creative production) · Recording your screen

#7 A beginner’s guide to screencasting

I was looking to put together a quick guide on some of the free screecasting tools available to use. However, luckily for me, Learning Technologies at the University of Sheffield have already beaten me to it with an excellent post on Screencasting for free. So if you want to learn more about Quicktime Player, Screencast-o-matic, Screencastle, Jing or Camtasia Studio… Continue reading #7 A beginner’s guide to screencasting