Digital inking and lecture screencasts
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Contribution to Boston University's First Annual Instructional Innovation Conference, held March 27, 2009.
Describes the use of digital inking on electronic slides during lectures, and live recording of screencasts, as used by the author during her teaching in Spring 2009 for the Fluid Mechanics course in the College of Engineering, Boston University. Explains the technology requirements, educational objectives and benefits.
In Spring 2010, the new version of the class screencasts for the Fluid Mechanics course were uploaded to iTunes U. See link below.