Apple · Communication / Collaboration · Digital communication · Digital creation · Digital creation, innovation and scholarship (creative production) · Distance Learning · iPad · Media literacy · OS X · Recording your screen

#131 Mirror and record your device with QuickTime (Mac / iOS)

Recording screencasts using your device couldn’t be more simple using Quicktime. This video takes you through the full process in less than one minute. Featured image: “Screencasting” by Colin McAllister-Gibson is licenced under CC BY 2.0 Advertisements

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

#62 Screencastify: Easily record your screen using Google Chrome

I recently stumbled across Screencastify when I was considering whether or not to buy a Chromebook. And even though I’m still not sure about my purchase, I couldn’t be happier that I have found this nifty little extension that I can use in my Google Chrome browser to record my screen. I can save directly… Continue reading #62 Screencastify: Easily record your screen using Google Chrome

Assessment · Digital communication · Digital creation · Formative assessment · ICT proficiency · Recording your screen

#41 Introduction to screen capture with BB Flashback

At MMU we have BB Flashback installed on all of our university machines. It’s a really powerful tool for making screen recordings, but we’re just going to introduce you to it today. If you don’t work at MMU, you can get a 30 day free trial here.  No audio on this one, so safe to… Continue reading #41 Introduction to screen capture with BB Flashback

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