DemoCreator - Screen Recorder for Learning
Screen recorder is a powerful presentation tool for recording screen activity and mouse movement to create presentation videos and interactive demos. Nowadays it is widely used in online teaching and e-learning to create SCORM course for LMS in edu2.0.
The research about e-learning suggests that creating SCORM course for LMS with screen recorder increase teaching presence and thus improve students' learning experiences.
- For teachers, they can perform course videos in an online learning environment without any programming skill. The tutorials can be well enhenced with multiple interactive objects and published with SCORM/AICC compliances for LMS.
- For students, the presentations created by screen recorder is clearer and more engaging than written instructions or static screen shots. The demos can be played as many times as needed and the tutorial videos are for "anytime/anywhere" learning.
Using screen recorder to create presentations for online teaching becomes more and more popular in edu 2.0. DemoCreator - is widely used in universities and institutions, DemoCreator is a nice screen recorder for creating electronic learning presentations. It provides friendly interfaces and powerful editing features. No need of multimedia and programming skills to make interactive tutorials. We will take a look at this screen recorder in details.
Record the onscreen activity as slides
DemoCreator record video tutorials with audio by screen capture, and show exactly how the application (such as PowerPoint, Photoshop and website) or system runs. The screen recording is saved as slides. The slide format makes it easy to edit. For example, the mouse curse is recorded as an editable object in the timeline of a slide, users can change its clicking area, clicking effect, movement route and time. A mass of slides for a lengthy presentation could be a disadvantage for some users, but this enables users to save the desired slides and discard the unwanted slides for their presentation.
Edit the recording tutorial with interactive objects
Because tutorials and simulations are shown as a slide format in DemoCreator, users can readily modify the pace and control the timing of objects such as visual components on the timeline editor for each slide. There is a library of available objects to decorate the recording, such as Flash animation, mouse movements, text box, edit entry, highlight boxes for spotlighting areas in a slide, and clickable buttons for directing users to a different slide or URL page. Users can enhance the presentation by adding the objects to make the illustration explicit. Users can rerecord the narrations for the tutorials, or they can import the music files to their tutorials. Furthermore, the existed project can be imported to the current presentation project. It means that DemoCreator supports tutorial reuse, and the multiple tutorials can be integrated as one.
Publish the presentation for online learning
To make interactive presentations, the predominately used publishing output media type in DemoCreator is Flash movie. The main drawback is that lengthy presentations can result in a large number of slides that can be time consuming to publish and result in a larger file size. And DemoCreator enables teachers to provide students with record results through Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) or Aviation Industry Computer-based Training Committee (AICC). SCORM and AICC courseware are available through both commercial and open source learning management systems for school education and enterprise training.
"Teaching is a performing art."
— Bob Ross, professional speaker and humorist
Easy to make your presentation with screen recorder. But remember, to make a good presentation, instructor enthusiasm and creativity are the key.
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