Monday, November 23, 2009


Screencasting is a great way to demonstrate how to use various technologies or enhance a presentation. If you have tried screencasting in the past you know that although time consuming these a screencast can be an effective way to grab audience attention.

The site, Lifehacker, has put together a list of the five best screencasting tools. There are a couple of free tools highlighted that are definitely worth a try!

BCIT has recently developed a series of video tutorials, using Adobe Captivate, for Desire2Learn. The video tutorials were created for Instructors across the Institute and focus on how to use D2L. Check them out at: under Instructor Resources.

1 comment:

  1. If you want an all-in-one solution for making and sending screen recordings fast, check out Pixetell. Not only is it super easy, it lets you send webcam and attach files directly to the screen recording itself.