An introduction to screencasting: promoting active learning

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The aim of the this workbook is to provide a series of resources; contextual information, methods and approaches in the area of Screencasting.

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Around each themed area you will find worksheets and activity lists, plus substantial references to original and core literature. Key areas covered include: • What is Active and Student Centred Learning? • What, When and How would I use a ScreenCast? • An Educational Framework for ScreenCasting

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