Tag Archives: Screencast

Screencast: How to Embed a Video into a PDF

Adobe Reader X computer icon

Adobe Reader X computer icon (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This screencast will show you how to embed a video clip into your PDF. You will need Adobe Acrobat Pro to embed video (and an extended version if you have different file formats for the video clips). To view the video click on the link below (for larger view) or click on the player below:

http://www.screencast.com/t/NWNlNjdmNWU

 

Screencast: How to Create and Edit Maps in Google Maps

Google Maps for Android

Google Maps for Android (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

In this screencast, we will show you how to create a maps, edit the map (by adding directions, points of interest via markers, and drawing boxes to highlight areas on the map), and save them to share with others, under the My Maps feature. We also demonstrate how to change the language of the map and the directions you save on the map. To view the screencast, click on the link below (larger view) or on the player. http://www.screencast.com/t/N2UxMTkyNjg

 

Screencast: Finding Copyright Free or Creative Commons Licensed Photos on Flickr

Image representing Creative Commons as depicte...

Image via CrunchBase

This screencast demonstrates how to search for Creative Commons licensed photos on Flickr to use for your course. The great advantage for using a Creative Commons licensed work is that it is copyright free, and you may be able to change the work and republish it. Each photo has a different Creative Commons license which is very briefly discussed in th screencast. To view the screencast, you can click the link below (large version) or view the smaller version below.

 http://www.screencast.com/t/YzJmZGViZ

 

 

Screencast: Finding Copyright Free or Creative Commons Licensed Photos on Flickr

Image representing Flickr as depicted in Crunc...

Image via CrunchBase

This screencast demonstrates how to search for Creative Commons licensed photos on Flickr to use for your course. The great advantage for using a Creative Commons licensed work is that it is copyright free, and you may be able to change the work and republish it. Each photo has a different Creative Commons license which is very briefly discussed in th screencast. To view the screencast, you can click the link below (large version) or view the smaller version below.

 http://www.screencast.com/t/YzJmZGViZ