Screenr

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Screenr LogoIn previous blog posts we’ve looked at the power of learning through the web video (http://graemeboxwell.co.uk/?p=206), and there are a variety of different instructional videos that I have made for this site. I tend to use Camtasia for my screencasts. Camtasia is powerful, with a good set of advanced features to enhance the quality of the screencast. The downside of Camtasia is the license ...
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TED: How web video powers global innovation

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Chris Anderson from TED gave a great talk about the power of web video. It is a fantastic talk with a very moving end. I have to say I had goosepimples and a lump in my throat when seeing the inspiring voice of Christopher Makau and the work that they are doing in Kibera.

Chris also discusses a dance troupe created by Jonathon Chu, from dancers who have learned to dance by watching videos online. They are called the League of Extraordinary ...

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5 Mins – Life Videopidea

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5 Mins LogoI’ve come across a great website with many video tutorials on a really large range of subjects. Its called 5mins. They have everything from How to Brush your Dogs Teeth, to Web Video Compression and Codecs, to Irish Fiddle Lessons. I’ve been really impressed with this site. Click here to visit the site.

Each video has embed code, and I’ve embedded one of ...

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Animoto Tutorial

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We have had a work experience student working in our office this week. Scott Butler has learned about different uses of software, including screen capture, different websites, and Moodle. We’ve really enjoyed having him in the office and he has worked very hard. Scott has created this screen capture on how to create an animoto video. A couple of notes to the video – Scott only has a normal user license which allows him 30 seconds of video. If ...
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