- Online Learning
- Tech Tuesdays
- Respondus Monitor
- Teaching Online During A Pandemic
- Red Flag Mania
- XP-Pen Stylus
- Recording with Zoom and Panopto
- Contingency Prep
- Trimodal Classrooms
- 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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ScreenFlow is a screencasting tool that captures live desktop video, microphone and computer audio, and video camera input (internal or external) and then allows for editing after you have finished recording. There are other similar products out there in the marketplace, but I have found ScreenFlow to be the best tool for ad-hoc lecture capture as well as creating video content for blended and online learning.
ScreenFlow is Mac OS X (Leopard) only. I consider the application to be sufficient cause to migrate from Microsoft Windows to the Apple platform.
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