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Create Screencasts with the Jing Project December 4, 2007

Posted by ashleyquark in Tech Tools.
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This is an exciting new program online that allows people to capture images or video on your screen and add a voiceover through simply speaking into your microphone.  This is useful in the K-12 classroom because it could allow you to quickly give instructions to students.  Watch this Jing video (which took approximately 5 minutes to create) to find out more:
Watch Jing Project video now!

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1. teachingchris - December 14, 2007

Great blog, Ash! I really liked the samples of Jing/Flixn that you did — very practical. Now, to get webcams and microphones! 🙂


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