Abstract: There are many tools for creating screen captures. Perhaps the easiest is TechSmith's Snagit for Chrome. After installing the extension and App in your Chrome browser the world of image and screen capture is open...all for FREE! In this session we will look at how to use Snagit to annotate images, create video screen captures, create animated GIFs, and how this integrates beautifully into Google Drive for sharing. This is perfect for the flipped classroom, image/GIF creation, or for sharing screen capture images or “How-To” videos. You will need a computer (Mac, PC, or Chromebook) with Google Chrome.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Strand: Instruction (geared for teachers)
Featured Tools: Google Chrome, Snagit for Chrome
Time and Location: 11:10-12:00
For session location and time, please consult the printed program provided on site at the conference.
Below is a list of resources used in the session as well as "How-To" materials. Please feel free to share with others.
- Presentation Materials:
In order to be able to "play" and experiment in this session, attendees will need to have a Mac, PC, or Chromebook with Google Chrome already installed. Snagit for Chrome will only work within the Chrome Browser and will require a Google account (a YouTube channel is also recommended).
Jeremy Badiner is a father of 2, husband, classroom teacher (grades 3-5), Instructional Technology Coach, Google Educator, DEN Star, Common Sense Media Certified Educator (Graphite and Digital Citizenship), & ClassDojo Mentor. Oh...and a HUGE Tech Geek!
- Name: Jeremy Badiner
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- Email: JBadiner@gl.k12.ki.us
- Blog: BadinerTech.blogspot.com