Screenast-o-matic – Animated gifs

Screencast-o-matic, one of my favorite screencasting tools, has a handy new feature that lets you record a short screencast and turn it into an animated gif instead of a video file. Advantages? Easier to post […]

Beginning WordPress.com video

If you’re looking for a terrific introduction to setting up your first WordPress.com blog, take a few minutes to view this great instructional screencast by Amanda Goodman.  She expertly takes you through setting up your […]

Screencasting & Podcasting classes

Since I don’t teach the same groups of people all the time, I don’t often get to see what the folks in my classes do with what they’ve learned. But this week two librarians let […]

Teacher Training Videos

I love it when I find a great new resource, only to realize that I bookmarked it in delicious account months ago! So much for my memory. In any case, here’s one of those resources […]

New Features in ScreenToaster

Screentoaster, a great tool for creating screencasts, has added some new features. I haven’t had a chance to test these out yet, but here’s what the email said. 1. Upload your videos to YouTube in […]

Logging in to iCONN – a ScreenToaster Screencast

Steve Cauffman from the CT State Library put together this great screencast using the free tool ScreenToaster. Note he took advantage of Screentoaster’s captioning feature to make the video more accessible. Screencasts and videos online […]