Making Educational and Scholarly Videos with Screen Capture Software

  • Mark L. Burkey North Carolina A&T State University
Keywords: educational resources, screencasting, screen capture

Abstract

This resource describes several options for making educational videos using “screencasting”, or “screen capture” software.  The author (who has over 300 screencasted videos on YouTube and indexed on his website, www.burkeyacademy.com) describes the software and hardware tools needed, including some open source and free-to-use tools.  Links to some “how to” videos are included, as well as some links to other example videos demonstrating novel professional uses for screencasting.

Author Biography

Mark L. Burkey, North Carolina A&T State University
Professor of Economics

References

Berrett, D (2012). How ‘flipping’the classroom can improve the traditional lecture. The Chronicle of Higher Education 12: 1-14. http://chronicle.com/article/How-Flipping-the-Classroom/130857/

Evans, Darrell JR 2011. “Using Embryology Screencasts: A Useful Addition to the Student Learning Experience?” Anatomical Sciences Education 4: 57-63. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ase.209/abstract

Thompson, R, & Lee, MJ (2012). Talking with students through screencasting: Experimentations with video feedback to improve student learning. The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy 1. http://jitp.commons.gc.cuny.edu/talking-with-students-through-screencasting-experimentations-with-video-feedback-to-improve-student-learning/

Vondracek, M 2011. “Screencasts for Physics Students.” Physics Teacher 49: 84-85. http://scitation.aip.org/content/aapt/journal/tpt/49/2/10.1119/1.3543578
Published
2015-11-21
How to Cite
Burkey, M. (2015) “Making Educational and Scholarly Videos with Screen Capture Software”, REGION, 2(2), pp. R3-R10. doi: https://doi.org/10.18335/region.v2i2.98.
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Resources

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