Effective/Cost-effective Screencasting

Authors

  • Tatiana Simmonds University of Greenwich CMS
  • Darrenlloyd Gent University of Greenwich CMS
  • Ray Stoneham University of Greenwich CMS

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21100/compass.v5i9.112

Keywords:

Screencasting, eLearning, Flipped Classroom, Video Tutorials

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.

Author Biographies

Tatiana Simmonds, University of Greenwich CMS

Dr Tatiana Simmonds is a senior lecturer at the University of Greenwich, school ofComputing and Mathematical Sciences and a specialist in database architecturesand technologies. She has been exploring methods of using 'flipped classroom'approach to enhance student learning and engagement.

Darrenlloyd Gent, University of Greenwich CMS

Darrenlloyd Gent is a senior lecturer at the University of Greenwich, school of Computing andMathematical Sciences and a specialist in designing and developing games andinteractive systems.

Ray Stoneham, University of Greenwich CMS

Dr Ray Stoneham is a principal lecturer at the University of Greenwich, school ofComputing and Mathematical Sciences and a specialist in data-driven web sites,with a particular interest in intranets and e-learning. He developed andmanages several School intranets and the website used by external examiners ofthe University.

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Published

2014-08-01