Slidecast yourself: Exploring the possibilities of a new online presentation tool

  title={Slidecast yourself: Exploring the possibilities of a new online presentation tool},
  author={Jordi Casteleyn and Andr{\'e} Mottart},
  journal={2010 IEEE International Professional Comunication Conference},
  • J. Casteleyn, A. Mottart
  • Published 7 July 2010
  • Computer Science
  • 2010 IEEE International Professional Comunication Conference
Many educational theorists stress the importance of social aspects for effective learning. In “communities of practice” for instance, groups of practitioners might learn from each other and eventually constitute a shared identity. Web 2.0 provides an ideal opportunity for this. An example of such a Web 2.0 information technology is slidecasting, which can be described as podcasting by synchronizing PowerPoint and voice. Anyone can upload their slidecasts to a website with an interface similar… Expand
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