Four Tools for Creating Screencasts on Chromebooks – A Comparison
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8 Tips for Lecture Capture on a Shoestring
By Dian Schaffhauser 05/17/17
Whether you’re flipping your courses, creating videos to help your students understand specific concepts or recording lectures for exam review, these tips can help you optimize your production setup on a tight budget.
1) Speak Into the Microphone
2) Reconsider Whether You Want to be a Talking Head
3) Keep Your Recording Device Steady
4) Avoid Using the Camera Built Into Your Laptop
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6) Forget About Editing Your Videos
7) Remember Accessibility
Record your video and upload it to YouTube. YouTube will apply its machine transcription to the audio as a starting point. Then you can download the captions into your caption editor and improve on the captions from there. Afterward, you can delete the video from YouTube and add it to your institution’s platform.
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Here are some free resources to get your flipped classroom organized.
1. Crash Course
2. Eduvision by FlippedLearning Network
Resources to Create Your Own Lessons:
Learning Management Systems (LMS):
Flipped Schools and Districts to Research:
9. Lake Elmo Elementary in Stillwater, MN
10. Summit Public Schools