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Tutorials and a Book

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Book on Mathcasting: "Whiteboard Movie Making Methods" - How to Create, Produce, and Distribute Whiteboard Movies by Tim Fahlberg, Dr. Linda Fahlberg-Stojanovska, Rev. Graeme MacNeil  (Needs revising with new information on Camtasia Studio 5, Jing, and VoiceThread).

 

Online version: "Whiteboard Movie Making Methods"  is available to help your create and produce mathcasts using step by step methods. 

 


 

Video tutorials:

 

  1. Dr. Linda Fahlberg-Stojanovska's series "WBM LIVE Method-SET" (Link needs to be updated)

    Features the use of Smart Notebook software, TechSmith Camtasia Studio & SnagIt, the Virtual TI calculator, etc

  2. By Tim Fahlberg: Screencasts showing methods:  (NEW!) 
    1. Shows the use of SMART Notebook (SN), TechSmith Camtasia Studio (SN), TechSmith Screencast.com (SC), and a graphics tablet to create a set of mathcasts
    2. Mathcasting Methods (3 of them) NEW! 

      Shows 3 methods (Live, Library-Infinite Cloning, Undo-Redo) for creating mathcasts. Tools: CS, SN, GT (for Live and Undo-Redo). Includes SMART Notebook(s) for you to use.

    3. Shows how to quickly create a mathcast in real time. Tools: CS, SN, GT
      Note:  CS = TechSmith Camtasia Studio, SN = SMART Notebook, GT = Graphics Tablet 

"Start to finish series": How to create Whiteboard Movies and distribute them on CD, the web, on a Palm. By Tim Fahlberg.

 

  • On the web (using Camtasia Studio Batch Production and Web Menu features)
  • On CDs (using Camtasia Studio CD Menu feature)
  • On Palms (using Kinoma Producer & Kinoma Media Album)

     

    These sets of movies all featured the GTCO CalComp SchoolPad which Tim Fahlberg no longer recommends. This page has suggestions for Input Devices).

 

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