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Camtasia Relay

Camtasia Studio

Last Updated: Mar 13, 2018

Camtasia Studio is a computer screen and audio recording application. Camtasia Studio allows you to record, edit, process, and upload your on-screen activity and audio to a streaming media server so that your recorded media can be shared and then viewed on nearly any device.

Camtasia Studio can also incorporate video clips, and it’s possible to add call-outs, animations, captioning, and even to incorporate a PowerPoint presentation into a project. TechSmith’s Camtasia Studio Features page includes video examples of the different features available.

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Kolb’s Four Stages of Learning

Last Updated: Mar 13, 2018

Overview In Experiential Learning: Experience as the Source of Learning and Development (1984), Kolb defined learning as “the process whereby knowledge is created through the transformation of experience” (p. 38). This learning experience consists of four stages: Concrete Experience (CE): feeling Reflective Observation (RO): watching Abstract Conceptualization (AC): thinking Active…

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QuickTime Pro

Last Updated: Mar 13, 2018

Overview Disclaimer: As of April 2016 Apple does not support QuickTime on Windows. We do not recommend using QuickTime on Windows due to resulting security issues.   QuickTime is a well-known media player used to view, edit, record and convert video files. It supports most of the modern video formats…

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Canvas

Last Updated: Mar 13, 2018

Canvas is an open source Learning Management System that is currently supported and sponsored by the University of Florida for online and distance learning.

Podcasts

Podcasts/Videocasts

Last Updated: Mar 13, 2018

A podcast is a multimedia file distributed by either paid or unpaid subscription over the Internet. Similar to the radio, “podcast” is the name for the method of broadcast, which is also termed “podcasting”. Although podcasts may be offered through direct download or streaming, what distinguishes them from other digital audio formats is its ability to be downloaded automatically usingRSS. In addition to the initial audio format, podcasting has also expanded to include video files, or Videocasts.