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Examining the anatomy of a screencast: Uncovering common elements and instructional strategies
International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning
The researchers engaged in cooperative inquiry in order to explore screencasts as online instructional tools. In total, each researcher analyzed 37 screencasts, which provided over two hours of instruction. The content area of these screencasts concentrated on teaching specific computing procedures (e.g., how to install web server software or how to add a table in a word processor). The researchers analyzed their own self-produced screencasts as well as those that were professionally produced.doi:10.19173/irrodl.v11i3.851 fatcat:nzjcpdp7vzc65pgtsjor4zx7pm