My latest column for MAA Focus, Becoming a Screencasting Star, is now available online. In this...Read More
1. Jing gives students and instructors the ability to capture an image of any graph or equation they see on their screen and share it anywhere else (message boards, emails, papers, digital assignments). Using Jing you can also...Read More
The Visual Lounge blog pointed me to two Bill Myers videos on how to produce from Camtasia to YouTube with good quality. Here they are! I’ve produced a few videos for YouTube, but only one on math (and it was an experiment...Read More
This is a video from Bill Myers that shows you how to install some big red cursors and pointers for making videos to make it easier to track the mouse. Here’s the link to the download for the cursors.I’m not sure he...Read More
Today was our review day for the Integration Techniques test (including all sorts of great stuff like u-substitutions, partial fractions, long division, integration by parts, etc.).On “Review Day” we look at problems...Read More
A few people asked if I would create links to some of my Calculus videos. I use a variety of software to produce the videos… Camtasia, SnagIt, TI-SmartView, the Internet, Wolfram Demonstrations, PowerPoint, and whatever...Read More
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