Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Capture and share mobile screens, part of Training Tips Weekly.
- Welcome to Training Tips Weekly, I'm Chris Mattia.…Now back in episode nine, Embracing Mobile Devices,…we saw how to connect an iOS and an Android device…to an application called Reflector 2…that runs on both Mac and Windows,…and it's used to display your mobile device screen…on your computer or on a projector.…In this episode, I'll show you how to configure Reflector 2,…so you can seamlessly share mobile device screens…during an instructional lesson,…or record the screen of your mobile device…with a screen recorder for eLearning content creation.…
Then, we'll look at some of the crazy cool things…that you can do with this brilliant little technology.…You can get a copy of Reflector 2 from airsquirrels.com,…and as of the recording of this episode,…it lists for only $14.99.…I'd consider this to be an essential tool…to have on the laptop of every teacher, trainer,…podcaster, and classroom presentation machine.…The app is really simple to use,…install it like you would any other application…for your system, then open it up.…
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