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== Why Capture the Screen? ==
 
A screenshot, screen capture, or screen dump is an image taken by the computer to record the visible items displayed on the monitor or another visual output device.
 
Screenshots, screen dumps, or screen captures can be used to demonstrate a program, a particular problem a user might be having or generally when computer output needs to be shown to others or archived, or to simply show off what you do on your computer to an audience.
 
  
Through the use of screen captures, screen dumps, and screenshots we can:
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*we can create tutorials by providing step-by-step video demonstrations on how to use equipment or specific software programs
 
*provide training on a range of topics
 
*offer explanations and clarifications of complex concepts
 
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Moving forward, we are now going to review the basics of event meeting planning so you will have the tools to guide and advise your client to insure the success of their event.
  
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==  Lesson Three Tasks ==
 
*Read:[http://scyuen.wordpress.com/2007/11/24/integrating-screen-capture-based-instructional-videos-into-instruction/ ''Integrating Screen-Capture Based Instructional Videos into Instruction''] by Steve Yuen.
 
*Read:[http://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/instructional-design/using-screen-capture-software-to-help-reclaim-class-time/?c=FF&t=F100127-FF ''Using Screen Capture Software to Help Reclaim Class Time''] by Mary Bart.
 
*Reflect: Report to the [[Camtasia Class Discussion Page]] and reflect on the following:
 
#''According to the Bart article, what are some of the benefits of using screen captures?''
 
#''Can you see yourself using screen captures in the future? Why or Why not?''
 
  
== Additional Resources ==
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== Lesson Two Tasks ==
Aside from using Camtasia, here are a few additional resources that you may find helpful if you plan on taking screen captures to the next level:
 
*[http://www.techsmith.com/screen-capture.asp?CMP=KyahoonssShome&OVRAW=screen%20captures&OVKEY=screen%20capture&OVMTC=standard&OVADID=21376027521&OVKWID=194312029021&OVCAMPGID=26519021&OVADGRPID=9162773909&OVNDID=ND1 SnagIt]
 
*Interested in SnagIt??? See John Kozel's Course on [http://tccl.rit.albany.edu/knilt/index.php/Snagit:_Instructional_applications Instructional Applications]
 
*[http://www.digital-web.com/articles/adobe_captivate/ Adobe Captivate]
 
*[http://jingproject.com/ The Jing Project]
 
  
Back to [[Mini Course: Camtasia Studio]]
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Continue to [[UNIT 2: Introduction to Camtasia Studio]]
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Proceed to [[UNIT 2: Recommend meeting settings that would work best for their presentations]]

Latest revision as of 04:36, 14 May 2015

Nervous yet? That's fine and normal

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Moving forward, we are now going to review the basics of event meeting planning so you will have the tools to guide and advise your client to insure the success of their event.

Please continue to the next lesson.

Lesson Two Tasks


Proceed to UNIT 2: Recommend meeting settings that would work best for their presentations