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Introducing Camtasia Studio 4. Overview, Project Examples, & Demonstrations . Workshop Topics. What is Camtasia and why use it? Project examples: PowerPoint Lectures/Course Content Software tutorials & demos Homework feedback Camtasia demos Q and A. What is Camtasia?.

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introducing camtasia studio 4

Introducing Camtasia Studio 4

Overview, Project Examples, & Demonstrations

Jean Kent eLearning & Training

workshop topics
Workshop Topics
  • What is Camtasia and why use it?
  • Project examples:
    • PowerPoint Lectures/Course Content
    • Software tutorials & demos
    • Homework feedback
  • Camtasia demos
  • Q and A

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what is camtasia
What is Camtasia?
  • “Screencasting” program
  • Records activity on monitor
  • Add audio narration
  • Enhance with music, callouts, quizzes, PIP (Picture In Picture), zoom-n-pan, captions, titles, credits, and more!
  • Place online or distribute via CD

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top 3 challenges
Top 3 Challenges

What are your top 3 challenges when teaching online?

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why use camtasia
Why Use Camtasia?
  • Deliver lectures online
  • Software tutorials & demos
  • Flexible delivery options
  • Excellent training tutorials
    • “Show Me” feature
    • 30 Videos in 30 Days

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project examples
Project Examples

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powerpoint lectures
PowerPoint Lectures
  • Economics 201 – Thom Cook
  • Chemistry 141 - Mark Ott
  • Biblical Hebrew - David Murray
  • Advanced Cell Biology - Danton O’Day

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course content
Course Content
  • Accounting quiz - Richard Campbell
  • Signatures in MS Outlook - Carole Bennett
  • Debugging in Visual Basic – Betsy Campbell
  • Linear Models in Math – Pam Lippert

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tutorials demos
Tutorials & Demos
  • Software Tutorials
    • Excel Graphs & Charts - Terry Glandon
    • Using Picasa - Jean Kent
  • Demonstrations
    • Interlending Services - Sharon Karasmanis
    • WebCT Login Help - Clark State Community College

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homework feedback
Homework Feedback
  • Jean-Claude Bradley – Organic Chemistry
    • Review session for test 2
  • Jean Kent – Web Development
    • Correcting a XHTML form
  • Scott Warnock – English Composition
    • Comments on a draft paper

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reflection
Reflection

Take 5 minutes to jot down one or two ideas

for a Camtasia Project.

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tips for good projects
Tips for Good Projects
  • 10 - 15 minutes maximum length
  • Break long, complex tasks into step by step instructions
    • Picasa tutorial
  • Add a quiz or hands-on activity if appropriate
    • Accounting quiz

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Tips for Good Projects
  • Write and use script for narration
  • Decide area of screen to record
    • bigger area  larger file  less accessible
    • avoid recording entire screen
    • make window smaller before recording
  • Cursor movement
    • more movement  larger file  less accessible
    • rehearse movement before recording

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Tips for Good Projects
  • Create storyboard
    • Desired outcome of project?
    • What do students need to see and hear to achieve outcome?
    • Plan “scenes” to be shot
    • Write narration for each scene
    • What “special effects” will be added?

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powerpoint demo
PowerPoint Demo
  • Tips
    • Limit amount of text
    • Large fonts (at least 20pt)
    • Contrast between text & background
    • Set animations & transitions to Slow
    • Show presentation at 800x600 resolution
    • Include Table of Contents in video

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screencast demo
Screencast Demo
  • Tips:
    • Create storyboard and script
    • Open program you’ll record first
    • Resize window if possible
    • Rehearse before filming
    • Open Camtasia and record video
    • Save project
    • Edit & add enhancements
    • Produce for target audience

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web menu demo
Web Menu Demo
  • Complex task broken down into step by step instructions
  • Complete each video and produce it
  • Use Web Menu feature to add navigation

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q and a
Q and A

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