- Online Learning
- Tech Tuesdays
- Zoom and Panopto
- D2L Daylight
- 10 Hacks & Gadgets
- How Students Cheat with Technology
- The Collaboratory
- Mini Studio
- 3D Printing
- Leap Motion, Chromebooks, and Chromecast
- Windows Surface Pro
- iPad Lecture Capture
- Wacom Cintiq
- Android Pendrives and the Raspberry Pi
- Blogging For Faculty
- Technology Tools
- XanEdu and CoursePacks Copy
- Library Timesavers
- Google Wave
- Sansa Clip and NetBooks
- Livescribe Pulse
- Who Watches The Bloggers?
- Class Recording
- Second Life
- Vyew and Camtasia
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Relatively inexpensive video camcorders like the Flip Mino provide the opportunity for faculty to film in the classroom. In this video I look at three video camcorders (the Creative Labs Vado HD 720p, Flip Mino and Kodak Zi6) and suggest which device is best to use. I also cover some of tripod options to consider.
Rick Salisbury (IDD) has also put together some recommendations for filming with the Flip.