Screencasting and assessment
Screencasts have multi applications when it comes to assessment.
Students can record a particular task captured on their computer and present it as their assignment. They may also prepare a presentation (e.g. through Prezi or MS powerpoint) or a poster / mindmap and use the the screencasting tool to provide narration supporting the presentation or poster.
Lecturers can provide assessment tips or guidance through a screencast in advance of the assessment. Furtermore lecturers can also provide feedback to thier students
- Screencasting (enhancingteaching.com)
- A brief guide to ScreenR.com – the web based screencasting tool (enhancingteaching.com)
- A brief guide to screencast-o-matic – a free screencasting tool (enhancingteaching.com)
- A brief guide to Jing – the free screencasting tool (enhancingteaching.com)
- The Ease of Screencasting (mistermitchell3.wordpress.com)
Posted on June 4, 2012, in assessment, screencasts, Web 2.0 tools and tagged Jing, Microsoft PowerPoint, prezi, Screencast, Screenr. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.
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