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Nice article by Dick Moore.

It is very easy to under estimate the amount of time that will be needed to prepare, 'shoot', edit, upload, test, share (advertise/market), manage feedback and monitor usage.

I like to use Camtasia to create short screencasts which are then uploaded to an internal video system for use by staff and students (we don't use YouTube). Microsoft Photo Story, Microsoft Movie Maker, Premier Elements, Audacity and a good set of headphones with a boom mike are all part of my tool kit.

Thank you, Dick. I'd like to post this article in an ILT ebulletin we produce at Sheffield College.


You are more than welcome, if you are interested in Kindle technollogy I have been hacking around with some other cool stuff you can do with it. If its making small videos then feel free.

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