October 2, 2013
May 13, 2012
SPCUG Treasurer Tom Flanic, left, and Sequim Tech Fair 2012 Chairperson Diana Schlidkneckt, right, present a check for $500 to Sequim High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Treasurer Stewart Cockburn, 2nd from left, and President Josue Cadenas, 3rd from left as other club members look on. The donation was in recognition of the FBLA’s efforts in support of the 2011 and 2012 Tech Fairs.
May 8, 2012
SPCUG Treasurer Tom Flanik Presents a $ 500 donation from the Sequim PC Users Group to the Sequim High School Robotics Club on April 30th.
December 13, 2011
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February 6, 2011
What is screencasting?
Screencasting technology allows you to record what is happening on your computer screen with accompanying audio commentary and then share it with others. It enables remote collaboration and learning and provides an effective medium for educating users in the best use of databases and online resources.
It is a handy and useful tool for students, teachers and developers of software and web resources. Screencasting is especially useful in learning environments where it can be used to make live recordings of presentations or training sessions, to comment verbally on projects and assignments, to remotely show students how to use software or search a database, or for collaboration on projects. Developers can use screencasting to highlight features in new products or to give a tour of a website or resource.
These tools can also be used socially for things like sharing narrated slide shows with friends.
( Thanks to Julie Adamo at http://library.duke.edu/blogs/libraryhacks/2010/02/22/what-screencasting-can-do-for-you/ for the definition)
Screencast-O-Matic offers free web-based screencasting for the average user.
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