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Video: “Poet’s Corner and Globe Theatre“
This video, which is a tour of the Poet’s Corner and the Globe Theatre on Renaissance Island in Second Life, was created using Screencast-O-Matic.
Video: “‘A Princess to a Dragon‘”
I created this video of me reading my sonnet with Screencast-O-Matic, which I want to use to create screencasts for my classes. I’ve tried using Jing before, but I couldn’t convert the file to upload to YouTube, though it works well for screenshots. I also downloaded CamStudio to try, but it seems pretty complicated.
Anonymous is scheduled to be released on Sept. 30 in the U.S. According to The Telegraph.co.uk, the movie “makes a case for the controversial theory that the 17th Earl of Oxford wrote Shakespeare’s works.”
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- “Jing: Used for screen capturing images and screen recording video“
- Video: “Using Jing to Create a Screencast“
- Video: “How to Use Free Screen Capture Jing Project Screencasting Free Screen Recorder from Camtasia“
- Presentation: “Jing: a visual communication tool“