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Discover the principles and tools companies around the world use to share and record their screens and create engaging elearning content. Get an overview of screencasting and elearning, design considerations for your screen-capture training, and the most popular tools on the market, including Captivate, Articulate Studio, Articulate Storyline, Lectora Inspire, and Camtasia Studio. David Rivers will not only help you capture what's on your screen, but also show you how to add interactivity, heighten visual interest, and build quizzes with each program. Watch now to compare these applications and decide which one is right for you.
Hi and welcome to Screencasting Fundamentals, I'm David Rivers. This course is designed to give you a good foundation and understanding, of the fundamentals of screencasting, sometimes referred to as video-screen capture. We'll do this with a focus on E-learning, beginning with an in-depth examination, of what screencasting and E-learning are. We'll look at examples of each, and do a quick rundown of some of the tools of the trade.
After we examine some considerations for designing and e-learning course, using screencasting tools. We'll take a closer look at those tools like Adobe Captivate, Articulate Studio and Storyline, Lectora Inspire and finally, Camtasia Studio. So with so much to cover, let's get started with Screencasting Fundamentals.
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