1. What technology you use to record
2. What technology you use to edit (if any)
3. Where/How you upload it online
4. How students can access it offline
5. Any links to software, apps, technology, etc that you mention
6. Any tips you can give for using this technology (pros, cons, etc)
7. A link to a sample of your videos
EXAMPLE 1 (ME)
1. I use an Avervision 300AF+ document camera that hooks right into my Mac via a USB. The software that comes with the doc cam saves the videos as MOV files straight to my desktop.
2. I do any editing with iMovie, or straight on the YouTube editing screen if they are simple things
3/4. I upload the videos to YouTube and SchoolTube, and have them in a folder to drag onto other student's USB's as needed.
5. Avervision can be found here - http://www.amazon.com/AVerMedia-VIS3AFPLS-Avervision-300AF/dp/B000X1274I/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1328157810&sr=8-1
6. It is very easy as I just get to write underneath the camera and can use pencil, pen, highlighter, etc to get everything I want across to the students.
7. A sample of my videos can be found at www.youtube.com/crystalkirch
P.V. comment on last post.
We have smart boards therefore I just use the smart recorder and a USB microphone to record lessons. We use moodle as a classroom interface and I also upload all to youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNmOAupf6Us is an example. I have also used a flipcam and a tripod and done the same thing although it is a bit more cumbersome.
Check out this blog post with a pretty descriptive example