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Make your own mathcasts

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New!  2 easy and free (or nearly free) ways to create mathcasts are using Ed.VoiceThread and Jing or JingPro

 

  1. Ed.VoiceThread - www.Ed.VoiceThread.com is free or inexpensive ($10 and up) for educators.

      VoiceThread is a web-browser based tool.  It works on IE or Firefox and on PCs or Macs. 

      We used VoiceThread along with images captured using TechSmith SnagIt to create 500+ mathcasts

      for our K-7 Mathcasts 500 Project.          Overview      Pricing

 

  2. Jing or JingPro - www.JingProject.com from TechSmith.

      Works on PCs or Macs.  Free (Jing) or $14.95 per year (JingPro). 

      You can record up to 5 minute mathcasts with Jing or JingPro and then easily share them through a

      free 2 GB Screencast.com (also from TechSmith) account or in many other ways (embedded in

      InterWrite Workspace notebooks, SMART Notebooks, etc).

      Jing (free) will produce only to .swf (Flash) output format.  Camtasia Studio can now import these as well

      as .mp4 files created by JingPro.

      Jing or JingPro allow you choose whether to copy a link to your screencast or the embed code to the

      clipboard.  The latter makes it incredibly easy to create a mathcast or screencast and embed it in your blog,

      wiki, etc.

 

      You can embed VoiceThreads, Jing videos, Camtasia recorded videos, YouTube, and TeacherTube videos

      in blogs, wikis, FaceBook, etc pages.  To embed mathcasts in PBWiki use the HTML/JavaScript Plugin and paste

      embed code in the box, click Preview, and then OK.  If this doesn't work then type xxx where you want to insert

      the embed code, click on the Source button, and replace

 

Getting Started: Includes new "From Start to Finish" series

 


 

Article: "Whiteboard Math Movies"
 
How to Afford a Mathcast Studio

Mathcasts - Tools
   (New info on VoiceThread and Jing)

 

Tutorials and a Book

 

More About Mathcasts
   Add a Table of Contents NEW Jan2009
   History
   In the News

   Presentations

   Purpose

   Q and A

   Sharing and Distributing Mathcasts
   What is a mathcast?

 

 
 Animated GIFs like the one above. Not quite mathcasts but small, easy to make, easy to record and produce (with Camtasia Studio - no kidding!) and then easy to share, easy to change, easy to translate...

 

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