Effective/Cost-effective Screencasting

Tatiana Simmonds, Darrenlloyd Gent, Ray Stoneham

Abstract


This article reports on a case study exploring the use of screencasts inthree different areas in the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences(CMS) at the University of Greenwich.

Keywords


Screencasting; eLearning; Flipped Classroom; Video Tutorials

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21100/compass.v5i9.112

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