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Sunday, June 15, 2014

Community Clips: A Wonderful Way for You and Your Student to Record the Desktop and Audio Easily

Community Clips screen recorder has been around for a while now, but it is still a great option when you want to record your desktop and make a film showing your students a presentation. This is called "Flipping the Classroom". Instead of standing up in front of the class and showing them the PowerPoint and talking to them, you can always record your presentation before the class and then show the film to the class during the lesson. This has the effect of 'freeing you' so you can go around the room and assist students whilst they are watching the film and they can always put their headphones in and watch the film during class when they need to be reminded on how to do something.  It does not seem that Community Clips has a 'webcam' option, which a few 'screencasting' tools/programs have these days. This just brings a personalised approach to the film where the students can see you talking to them during the presentation. Apart from this small point, Community clips is great for recording your screen and then saving it to a .wmv file so you can play it later on and put it onto your school's VLE system to give to the students when needed.  And, of course, why not get your students to make their own films using this program to show you what they have found and done on their computers.  Get Community Clips at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=117503&project=Community%20Clips

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