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This week, we will be creating a narrated video as an instructional module using technology in education. Winslow (2009) studied the effects of static, video, video plus text, and video plus narration using a web-based instructional module. The results support video plus narration as the most effective means of delivering an online instructional module. We have the opportunity to apply this method using Jing. This tool allows you to capture a static image or the movements on your computer screen. You can immediately share your file by e-mail, blog, instant message, or other electronic form of communication. I have had little experience with Jing, however, I am looking forward to learning how to use this tool effectively. I have used other tools such as JayCut and VoiceThread. If Jing is as user friendly as the other tools, I should be okay. We'll know soon enough, LOL. Stay tuned for the narrated video adventures of an OTEC student...

Winslow, J. (2009). Screen capture tutorial design for preservice educators. In G. Siemens & C. Fulford (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2009 (pp. 4030-4034). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

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