I was asked today what programs I was looking at for taking our professional development flipped. I’ve been looking at a few, so thought I’d share them here. Actually I think I misnamed the one I’m liking the best the the fellow librarian who asked, but she reads the blog, so I can rectify that here.
My favorite: ActivePresenter by AtomiSystems
Why do I like it? Just as the pic here shows, you capture, edit, and export. It is really intuitive. I’ve only just begun using it, but so far I ‘m impressed. Anyone who has dabbled in editing videos using a standard digital editor (think iMovie, Windows Movie Maker) should feel right at home with this one. Best, it’s new to me.
Others I looked at:
- Promethean’s ActiveInspire (May as well check out it’s screen capture capability since we are a Promethean district.)
Richard Byrne has reviewed some over on his site, so I won’t bother to try and out do him, but it is worth providing a link so you can see yourself. Go there using this link. I’m still testing