Screen recording tools are a brilliant way of sharing your knowledge with your team, your clients, partners and learners. In this video, I am sharing with you a few screen recording tools that are used, and links to all of them are below. It is much easier to explain concepts with a visual illustration of what you are talking about. I often record instructional videos could like quick explainers – talking my team through their tasks, project details and so on.
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I use various online course planning and project management & design tools. One of the free tools I use to visualise course creation workflow is Trello. The template replicates the format of the training design sprints I run for my…
There are many free and paid screen recording apps. In this post I give some examples and I focus on ZOOM screen recording and screen annotating. This is one of the many functionalities in ZOOM that people often are not aware of.
My friend has a four-year-old daughter who talks to Alexa like she is a real person. Observing her I realised how slow people with adopting technology. Let’s take, for example, voice and technology – there is so much more we could do with! Today we are going to look at dictation apps.
Hi, I am Gerta.
Welcome to my blog.
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