What's a screencast? A screencast is a recording of a computer screen.  Unlike a screenshot (a still image of a computer screen), a screencast is a video recording.  This video recording can also record audio, so it allows you to narrate what is happening on the computer screen.

What can I do with screencasts?

  • Demonstrate a computer process
  • Better describe a computer problem
  • Create a narrated web-tour
  • Narrate a Presentation
  • Give feedback on an assignment

To learn more about screencasts, read this Educause article:  

How do I make a screencast?
Come to our workshop!

We'll not only talk about screencasts and screencasting programs, we'll show you how to do it.  In fact, you'll get the chance to create your very own screencast recording during the workshop!

West Hawai`i

Friday, November 309:00-11:00 AM
UHCWH Computer Lab

East Hawai`i

Friday, December 7
9:00-11:00 AM
Upper Campus, Bldg. 346 Rm. 134

Presented by the Hawai`i Community College Instructional Technology Support Office,
and the Faculty/Staff Development Committee.

Open to all Hawai`i CC Faculty & Staff, but seating is limited. Confirm your seat today!

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