March 31, 2020

Screen casting while working from home

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As I am sitting at home due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the closure of "outside life", I find myself having to give feedback to PhD students who are not around. Normally, I would do this with them sitting next to me. Now, I am trying to do it using a "Screencast", i.e. a video that shows my screen and records my voice, perhaps even my video, when I go through their work and tell them what I think about it and how it could be improved. I have found that under Linux, there is a varirty of useful and free such screencast software. After a bit of googling, I found

and at the moment, I am using the "recordmyDesktop" tool which one can install via the ususal Linux software channels. After a few tries, I think this is indeed a great tool. I'll let you know what the students think ...

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