Although I wasn’t supposed to give a presentation today, I found myself in the right place at the right time, and was drafted into talking because there was a room full of people and no presenter.

Dan Petrak and I gave the impromptu presentation about Tablet PCs, creating Camtasia videos, avatars in online classes, Wolfram Demonstrations, Jing, SnagIt, etc.

Here are some of the links if you were at our wild ride this afternoon and want to do some further investigation (of course, you’ve found your way here, so you’re doing pretty good!)

TechSmith Camtasia and SnagIt

Jing

Wolfram Demonstrations

Sitepal Avatars

MathType

More on Tablet PCs

Link to Calculus Flash Videos

Link to LineRider Favorites

Here’s a good deal… Techsmith emailed me this morning and they will give you guys a “AMATYC conference price” of $169 for the bundled Camtasia+Snagit. You need to send Dave McCollom an email to take advantage of this. I assume he’ll want to know what school you are teaching at and how you plan to use the software.

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You did a great job on the impromptu presentation (it was one of the highlights at the conference for me).

Thanks … it was fun! I think that AMATYC ought to have a few “open mic” sessions in the future and let people decide on a last-minute topic!