What do my research students do in my absence? Exploring Camtasia

Despite the semester only being a month old, I have been unusually busy with other Carroll matters at times when I ordinarily would be working side-by-side with my research assistants. Fortunately, they are reliable, competent, and motivated enough to delight me with independent work. I assigned to several of them the task of investigating the relative strengths and weaknesses of several kinds of screen-casting software. Here is what they produced as part of an e-book project we are about to engage in.

Filed under: Curious David Tagged: app generation, Camtasia, Carroll Alumni, Carroll University, Engaging students, Favorite_MAC Applications, ScreenCasting, Student Guides, student research assistants

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