Re: How to make RSAanimate-style animations?

Subject: Re: How to make RSAanimate-style animations?
From: Rick Stone <rstone75 -at- kc -dot- rr -dot- com>
To: Gregory P Sweet <gps03 -at- health -dot- state -dot- ny -dot- us>
Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2010 15:33:17 -0600

Can someone please post a link to one of these to provide some context?

Sounds like you are discussing something of interest, but I'd like to
see the types of videos you are talking about.

Thanks... Rick :)

Gregory P Sweet wrote:
> I absolutely see this as relevant to and capable of conveying procedural
> material. I teach online, (usually via WebEx) and the main tool I have to
> convey my material to my students is our shared whiteboard. I fought hard
> (four years, seven requests) to get a Wacom 21ux to facilitate just this
> type of animated white boarding in my classes, Albeit my pace is a bit
> slower as I am usually drawing and talking. But I do draw and I draw a lot.
> Doodles to emphasize points, mouse paths, hands clicking buttons, etc.
>
> One of the major differences is that I expect the students to participate
> and draw on the whiteboard, too. Which means that I have a less than clear
> idea of what the final picture will look like but trade that off with
> providing the students with self-discovery, giving them a deeper learning
> experience. For example on exercise I do with my class on emergency
> notification software: I go over how contact information is stored,
> retrieved and used by the software and related systems, then for
> assessment, instead of a typical multi-guess quiz, the group talks through
> how the system does what it does and creates a flowchart of the process
> from scratch. Like I said each chart comes out a bit different, but I get
> to see that they've learned the process.
>
> In the synchronous training world we've always called drawing on the
> whiteboard, on your slides, apps, etc. annotation. But I really like the
> language & concept or scribing and visual synthesis. I hope that Cognitive
> media makes good on their promise of an exploration "of the theory of why
> and how we do what we do".
>
> Cheers!
> -Greg
>
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