Videotutorials Deliver Technical Material Efficiently and Effectively

A Presentation for the University of Missouri—St Louis Teaching and Technology Conference November 4, 2005

Benefits to me as a teacher and examples of using videos in my courses


(Revised January 13, 2006)
 Links here give you access on the web to materials that were distributed on CD in the workshop. You can download trial copies of Snagit and Camtasia studio from Techsmith, where there are also videos and tutorials on how to use those programs. I do have copies of my materials on CD that are free to copy for nonprofit educational use and convenience copies of the CD are available for a nominal charge at instructionalvideotutorials.com. I give permission to copy and distribute my  web-based course materials freely for nonprofit educational purposes. I believe everything I include at my website is public domain, free to copy or owned by me. Please notify me if you find something here that violates this intent. rbanis@jinx.umsl.edu

Free videotutorials for teaching:

 Download the free videotutorials from the links below or you can order a convenience copy of the most recent version of all the videos on a CD.

A new version is produced about 3 times a year, fixing issues, improving content, adding in new videos and new resources as they are developed, so it may be worthwhile to update your copy from time-to-time. (current version 05-15-07)

This CD is "free-to-copy" for nonprofit educational use.

Distribute to your students, give it to friends and relatives.

On this disk:

Bud's "Course CD" has a new edition about three times a year as an "okay to copy edition"with over 100 FLASH videotutorials related to:

Other CD Resources:

Recorded Online course on Business Statistics

includes extensive videotutorials on statistics in EXCEL and other resources. See the videos at http://www.umsl.edu/~rbanis/3300/Centra/index.html

Recorded online course in Operations Management

see the videos at http://www.umsl.edu/~rbanis/3320/Centra/index.html

Convenience copy of all these recorded classes on CD




 

Try it out to easily make your own screencapture videos.
SnagIt screen capture provides a convenient and efficient tool to sidestep the time-consuming limitations of the copy, paste and print screen commands. Use SnagIt to collect, edit and share content from the computer and Internet. Activate your captures through a toolbar built into Microsoft Office, and customize images with SnagIt's powerful, yet intuitive graphics editor. Save time, enhance your communications and illustrate your ideas with this award-winning, easy-to-use software solution. With more than seven million users and four PC Magazine awards, SnagIt is the everyday computer tool for beginners, experts and everyone in between. SnagIt SolvesIt, every day.

Snagit & Camtasia 30 day trial versions and Videotutorials on how to use Snagit and Camtasia at techsmith.com
 

Conclusion:

What is Teaching?
and Why do we teach?
 
 

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last modified June 9, 2007