Flipping the whiteboard?

You might have seen the recent post about capturing whiteboard activity from live teaching sessions using smartmarkers and panopto.  But what about if you want to produce whiteboard style content to be viewed before a teaching session, or as a separate resource that won’t be delivered in a live session.  Whiteboard / blackboard style “explainer” videos are popular online as ways of demonstrating and explaining concepts in a visual way without the need to build complex animations to explain things.  For example: Algebra – Khan Academy.  These sort of videos are easy to create if you are used to using a whiteboard and can be created using software that is freely available within the university.

Here’s an example I made to demonstrate some of the things you can do using one-note and the full screen drawing area.  My handwriting and drawing is average, which shows a bit in the video, but if you are used to using a whiteboard this shouldn’t be the case.

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