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MCC CTL Screencast-O-Matic Training

Screencast-O-Matic Pro Magic, Now at MCC!

Screencast-O-Matic License & Training 

Flip the Classroom
Create “Just-in-Time” Tutorials
Build Dynamic Presentations

Screen recording, also known as screencasting, is a valuable tool in teaching and learning. An essential element of the Flipped Model of learning, screencast videos provide both a dynamic and personalized learning experience for students, freeing up classroom time for valuable problem-based collaboration. This hands-on session will introduce participants to the PRO VERSION recording and editing features of Screencast-O-Matic, a web-based screen capture software that makes it easy to create engaging content lecture, demonstrations, tutorials and more. Come to this session to get the basics and beyond!

Choose from one of the following sessions:

Monday, March 3, 9:00 – 11:00 a.m., CTL Lab AS Building, Room 175 
HRMS Course #002073, Session #0001

Friday, March 7, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m., CTL Lab AS Building, Room 175 
HRMS Course #002073, Session #0002

Register Now (via HRMS/Time & Labor)             Registration Instructions

In this hands-on session participants will:

  • Access the MCC Pro Version Screencast-O-Matic Tool
  • complete a basic recording,
  • apply the pro-editing features (cut, insert, annotation and zoom),
  • download and share videos via Canvas,
  • get helpful tips on storyboarding, scripting and captioning!

Best practices and guidelines for using Screencast-O-Matic will be addressed.

Online Software Training Trial

Dive-in! Join the Lynda.com Trial

Are you interested in just-in-time training for yourself or your students?

Lynda.com is the premier resource for online software training. Their comprehensive catalog includes a variety of software such as the Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, etc.), Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, etc.), Google (Gmail, Calendar, etc.) and much, much more! Learn more about Lynda.com for campus learning solutions.

Join the Trial

This trial will help Mesa Community College determine if Lynda.com can meet our just-in-time needs for software training including supplemental tutorials for students and more.Trial participants will be expected to provide feedback to the college on their experience with Lynda.com via a survey. The trial is expected to last 2 weeks and may be extended.

Contact the Center for Teaching & Learning for more information, ctl@mesacc.edu.