Using Community Clips & PowerPoint to Create an Effective Video Demonstration for Math, Statistics or Other Disciplines
Sometimes faculty members need the ability to use the chalk board in an online class room. There are times when the instructor wants to hand-write an example or demonstrate a problem being solved, just as they would in a face to face class. The Instructional Development Center at Eastern Kentucky University has combined the use of Power Point with a free screen capturing software provided by Microsoft call "Community Clips. The ultimate goal of using these combined software tools was to provide faculty members an efficient method that allowed them to record their voice and capture video of their hand written demonstrations of creating formulas, solving problems on screen, and/or provide written analysis in a quality video product for students to access easily through a streamed video or even a course management system. Faculty seem to value that this type of quick production can be done in their home or office and there is no expensive equipment or studio required.
Paula Jones. "Using Community Clips & PowerPoint to Create an Effective Video Demonstration for Math, Statistics or Other Disciplines" Sloan Consortium (2011).