EDU652 EDU/652 EDU 652 Week 4 Discussion 2/DQ 2 Hands-On E-Learning Tool -[LATEST]

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EDU652 EDU/652 EDU 652 Week 4 Discussion 2/DQ 2 Hands-On E-Learning Tool -[LATEST]

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Hands-On E-Learning Tool -[LATEST]

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EDU652 EDU/652 EDU 652 Week 4 Discussion 2/DQ 2 Hands-On E-Learning Tool -[LATEST] Hands On E-Learning

Technology. With the wide use of software- and Web-based tools, instructional designers must often integrate screen

captures into their presentations. There are different ways developers can capture a screen: a. Press the PrtSc

keyboard key on a Windows-based PC. Windows will capture the current screen contents, copying it to the clipboard,

from which a user can paste the contents into a Word document, PowerPoint presentation, or other application. b. Press

the Alt+PrtSc keyboard combination on a Windows-based PC. Windows will capture the current window contents,

copying it to the clipboard, from which a user can paste the contents into a Word document, PowerPoint presentation, or

other application. c. Use a software tool such as Snagit (www.snagit.com) (trial version available). If you are new to

screen captures, watch the tutorial Capturing Windows Screens

(www.class-files.com/generic/screencapture/index.html). Then, capture a screen and cut and paste the screen into a

Word or PowerPoint document. Describe your screen-capture experiences here. Discuss how you might integrate

screen captures into your future work. Respond to at least two of your classmates? postings.

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