Earlier this week, Sharon Moreland blogged about the success the crew at the Northeast Kansas Library System has been having with Jing, a tool that allows you to capture content from a computer screen to create videos. It sounded so good that Cindi Hickey (at the State Library of Kansas) and I decided to try the tool out, too!
Cindi and I had been asked to speak to Heather Braum's technology class at Emporia State University's School of Library and Information Management. Heather wanted us to talk to her students about collaborative projects like WebJunction and TechSoup for Libraries. We had schedule conflicts the day of the class, so we decided to make Jing videos instead.
Check out the results of our efforts! It was my first experience using Jing, but I don't think it will be my last. It's fast, easy, and there's so much potential.