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Screencasting with JING


Ed Tech Du Jour

on 8 October 2013

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Transcript of Screencasting with JING

Jing allows you to enhance your online courses, projects and assigments!

This software allows users to capture screenshots of the entire screen or just a region.

Edit and enhance at your discretion.
What is it?
Let's get down to the finances...
Jing Free
Jing Pro -Retired
Well, there's two options:
System Requirements
Jing for Education
(See? It will work for you!)

Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8
Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 Full
Broadband recommended
Mac OS X

Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
QuickTime 7.5.5 or later
Broadband recommended
•SWF video
•5-minutes of screen recording
•Mark-up tools for images
•Screencast.com Free Account
Don't know what to do with it?
Well, here are some
Image & video capture
Image editing tools
Saves captures on hard drive 2 GB of storage space
2 GB monthly bandwidth
Does not compress capture
Image editor has tools to help SHOW something instead of telling when a video is not required
Use Jing to allow students to collaborate or ask questions.
Take a snapshot and emphasize key points.
Record feedback when grading
Provide an online course orientation.
Use this for an audio-visual editorial for student feedback on assignments.
To help explain complex processes.
Supplement your lectures.
Answer FAQs
Encourage student sharing.
Heather Farmakis, Ph.D. has extensive experience in professional development, distance learning, and online instructional design both in K-12 and higher education. She has presented at national and state conferences on professional development and online learning and recently published her ebook, iLearn: Tips and Tricks for Online Learners for students new to online learning.
Melissa Kaulbach, EdD is the Director of Academic Services. She is also a faculty member at Sarasota University, where she currently teaches graduate courses in Educational leadership and Montessori Leadership.She enjoys teaching, facilitating faculty workshops and presenting at conferences.
JING PRO retired
Snagit $49.95 / 30 Day Free Trial
Record longer videos
Blur sensitive info
Scroll long webpages
Record MPEG 4 video
YouTube Uploading
JING Offers
30 day Free Trial
Research Base
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