Jul 222015

This will come in handy.  By Rod Trent at WinSuperSite.com…

…However, for those that want to do image and video capture on-the-cheap, Microsoft includes a screen recording utility in Windows 10’s new Xbox app. As you can imagine, this is generally meant for recording Xbox games streamed to a Windows 10 PC, but what’s especially interesting is that the recording utility also works for regular apps.

Source: How To: Use Windows 10’s Screen Recording Utility | Windows 10 content from SuperSite for Windows

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Jul 172015

One of the more substantive previews of Office 2016 for Mac.  By Gavin Phillips at MakeUseOf.com…

The shrouded veil of secrecy has been lifted from the latest edition of Microsoft Office. Excitement for Office 2016 is still lagging behind the Windows 10 enthusiasm camp, but following the July 29 release of Windows 10, attention will return to the world’s most popular productivity suite.

Source: A Microsoft Office 2016 Preview: Smart & Subtle Changes

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Jul 072015

Excellent article on use of lighting for better photos and videos.  By Patrick Allan at Lifehacker.com…

The big difference between good looking photos and video and bad ones comes down to how well things are lit. Whether you’re an amateur photographer building a home studio or a budding YouTube star, here are some simple tricks for casting the right light without spending a fortune on professional equipment.

Source: How to Improve Your Photos and Videos with Affordable Lighting

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Jul 052015

By Malcolm Brown, Director of the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI), writing in EDUCAUSE Review.

Six individual trajectories of digital technology are enabling the ambitious goal of a responsive, personalized digital learning environment for higher education.

Source: Six Trajectories for Digital Technology in Higher Education | EDUCAUSE

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