Will all these snow days (and the weather outlook this week), you may be worried about falling behind in your classes – but no need! There are many ways these days to record a lecture and keep students up to speed.
1) You can record in Adobe Connect which has the capability to simultaneously show PowerPoints, have a white board, screen share to demo a software, or show about a website. The recording produced a link which you can send to your students along with an activity that you devise to have them work with your content.
How-to’s at https://meeting.psu.edu/
2) Screen-cast-o-matic – a free screen capture application that also records your voice and/or video. You set the size of the recording screen(drag the handles to set the size) and designate the microphone, and you get 15 minutes of recording time per video. The output is a video file or direct upload to Youtube – You give your students the Youtube line and that’s it! http://www.screencast-o-matic.com/
3) If you are using an iPad or tablet, you already probably know the multiple ways to record a lecture or whiteboard with the apps available – so if you know of any good apps that you want to share, please add it as a comment here -