PowerPoint and Online Lectures

Todd Conaway

Notes are here.

This is what a PowerPoint file looks like when it is uploaded to Blackboard:



This is what the same PowerPoint looks like when narrated using SlideShare.
Slideshare can be found at www.slideshare.com and there are great tutorials at their HELP Page.
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You can attend a TeLS Training session in January by clicking here and selecting the training you wish to attend.




Tegrity embedded into web-space.

Tegrity is available to all faculty at Yavapai College. We have a great resource page here.
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You can attend a TeLS Training session in January by clicking here and selecting the training you wish to attend.





Camtasia w/YouTube

Camtasia is available to all YC instructors. Learn about Camtasia here.
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You can attend a TeLS Training session in January by clicking here and selecting the training you wish to attend.






Camtasia w/Screencast

Camtasia is available to all YC instructors.




Jing

Jing is an amazing tool. You can learn about Jing here. Here are tutorials on using Jing.
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You can attend a TeLS Training session in January by clicking here and selecting the training you wish to attend.


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Screenr

Screenr is another free tool you can use to make recordings. Similar to Jing in most respects.




Prezi

Prezi is an alternative to PowerPoint. You can learn to use Prezi here.




Articulate

Articulate is another awesome lecturing capture software. You can learn how to use it here.
Here is an example of an Articulate presentation