Making your lectures portable

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Take a look at this. University of Washington, Classroom Support Services resource:

http://www.css.washington.edu/screencast/Strickland/2007-09-21


Video Screencasting for Teaching and Learning

Video Screencasting is different from traditional video recording. Screencasting conveys complex information and concepts by recording your digital presentation, a view of the room, and your voice. These three elements are combined into a web-based presentation that students can view after class.

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