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posted Apr 2, 2015, 5:33 AM by Charles Konkol   [ updated Jul 16, 2017, 6:52 PM ]
Thanks for attending my sessions!

Benefits of Screencasting
There are two obvious reasons for screencasting some or all of the content for your classes. The first is that it makes your life easier. The second is that it makes your students’ lives easier.

Screencasting some of your lessons allows you to archive them for future use. It is easy to build up a library of content this way that you can simply access each year as long as the information is still current. For students screencasting and archiving lessons, either on a site like your own YouTube channel or iTunes U, allows you to flip the classroom. This simply means that students watch the lesson videos in their own time, at their own pace, and wherever they like. The benefit for them is that they can pause, rewind, or replay you as often as they need to in order to best understand the material. For you, flipping the classroom frees you up to work one-on-one with students, either to remediate things they didn’t get on their own, or to provide enrichment at the individual level.

My First Movie: iTunes U & Pod/Video Casting for Beginners

Link to presentation: Click Here


My Next Movie: iTunes U & Advanced Pod/Video Casting

Other Links:

  • Recent seminar I taught on "How to teach with iPad" click here
  • Meet Destir - click here
  • Swivl - robotic hardware that allows faculty to be followed and recorded as they move in the classroom. Works with iPhone & iPad click here

Connection iPad to OverHead Projector Wirelessly in under 2 Minutes!
All RVC classrooms are now AirPlay enabled!

click here to open a step by step guide