Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Impatica for PowerPoint

Hi everyone! Today's podcast covers how I used Impatica software to create narrated PowerPoint presentations. I recorded four of these presentations for the IEEE Education Society's Distinguished Lecture Series - covering the topics of wikis, blogs, RSS, and podcasting. They will be made available starting on 16 January 2006 - see:

http://www.ewh.ieee.org/soc/es/oakley.html

For more information about Impatica, including how to download a demo version, see:

http://www.impatica.com/



As always, the orange title at the top of this posting is a direct link to the mp3 file with the podcast. Remember that you can subscribe to these podcasts using the link on the orange POD button at the lower right.

The transcript of this podcast is at:

http://www.online.uillinois.edu/oakley/podcasts/Impatica_Transcript.html

The music in today's podcast is Haydn's Sonata 38 in F - Finale - Presto, peformed by Julia Cload - see:

http://www.peoplesound.com/artist/juliacload/

Best regards,

Burks

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1 Comments:

Blogger m said...

We have a new product called SnapKast and are wondering if you would be interested in reviewing it and providing feedback.

SnapKast -- snapkast.com -- allows one to very easily create audio and video podcasts. Open a PowerPoint file in SnapKast, record your slides, whiteboard, voice, and annotations from a mouse, tablet or intelligent whiteboard pen. MP3 audio and MPEG-4 video files are created from the recording session for sharing with others. You may also create a full RSS feed with one or more of your sessions -- this payload can be published to any web site hosting podcasts.

SnapKast session sample sessions can be found on the main web site and here.

We are eager to get your feedback. You can download SnapKast here.

Thank you.

--Mitch Germansky
President, Lecture123.com Corporation

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