**Using a tablet PC and screencasts when teaching mathematics (Camtasia-recorded screencasts)**

Camtasia recordings (screencasts) of the two parts of my talk from the first METAL workshop (last Friday) are now available. In the second screencast, not much happens on-screen once we get to the questions at the end of the talk.

These recordings were made using Camtasia Studio 7 on my tablet laptop. On this occasion I did not record any webcam footage of myself. However, additional recordings of the session (in which I **am** visible at least some of the time!) will be available in due course: we used several different methods to record some of these sessions, and it will be interesting to compare the results.

The two relevant Camtasia recordings are at

http://wirksworthii.nottingham.ac.uk/webcast/maths/Teaching/Using-tablet-PCs-A/

and

http://wirksworthii.nottingham.ac.uk/webcast/maths/Teaching/Using-tablet-PCs-B/

The extracts I showed the audience (using the resident PC) between these two portions (when I stopped the Camtasia recording) were taken from

http://wirksworthii.nottingham.ac.uk/webcast/maths/Beyond-Infinity-March-2010/

(Beyond Infinity, March 2010 edition)

and

http://wirksworthii.nottingham.ac.uk/webcast/maths/G12MAN-09-10/MAN-20-10-09/

(G12MAN Mathematical Analysis, Chapter 4, Slides 1-5)

Joel

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