Jing is a great little tool that will capture images and record video on your desktop. And it’s free. Created by TechSmith (the Camtasia people), Jing is easy to use and available for both PC and Mac. The Jing FAQ covers questions about this quick-capture-and-share tool. The results are very clear and easy to manipulate. See an example, below, of a screen capture of UK’s homepage (image constraints fuzz it up a little, but at a less-constrained size – in a PowerPoint for example – even the smaller type is very clear).



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  1. Thanks for the tip! I’m trying this out for sure.

  2. […] lectures online. There are several tools that can be used (Camtasia, PowerPoint with narration, Jing, Screencast-0-matic). Regardless of the way you capture your lecture, some planning will help to […]

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