Stephen Downes' First Screencast: It's On Web2.0 and Personal Learning

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I was delighted to discover Stephen Downes screencast created with Camtasia for several reasons. Seeing the powerpoint slides along with the commentary helped me understand the topic. Second, I'm always happy to see another screencaster, particularly one with great content, take the step of learning Camtasia. First, I've been following the recent stream of posts about "personal learning environments" but haven't delved in depth yet.

LMS, LCMS, Content Authoring: Exploring eLearning Tools

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PowerPoint Slide Presentations. There are also other tools that are used widely, such as the iSpring Suite , which is described as a PowerPoint add-on tool, enabling you to develop courses in PowerPoint and then convert them into online courses, or TechSmith Camtasia , which is a popular video editing tool.


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Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Presentation Slides on flickr Blog post here. Travis August tags this announcement from TechSmith, makers of SnagIt and Camtasia, about Mac development. Ruby Sinreich's Advocacy 2.0 NpTech Talk. The Socialmarkets Manifesto is here. There are many sparks for conversation about the points raised. The "Failure is an option" particularly caught my eye.

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Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Slides are available in the NpTech group in Slideshare. " Through bloggers , we learn that like it did for an older version of SnagIt, TechSmith is offering a free download for an older version of Camtasia, the gold standard of screencasting editing and capture software. Net Tuesdays are spreading around the globe! Tis the Season Is mobile fundraising the next frontier? Katrin Verclas of says the numbers speak for themselves.