On that site is a link to a tutorial a graduate student in the College of Education's Instructional Design program helped me create using Camtasia. This tutorial is the first I have created using this powerful software. Honestly, I only recorded the tutorial, and the graduate student edited the content. Last week I uploaded it to TeacherTube with the title: Research Success for Graduate Students. Again, this tutorial is a bit lengthy. It seems that students prefer short, brief tutorials, so who know how many will even look at it. Hopefully, the conscientious graduate students will watch and benefit from viewing it.
Are screencasts worth doing? Have you benefited from viewing screencasts? Do you create screencasts yourself? Please share what you do and why.
I still need to read the article "Do Screencasts Really Work?" If you have read this article, please comment on it. Do you agree?