Screencasting is a process of recording what is happening on your computer screen, accompanied with ongoing audio commentary. It is a fantastic way to pre-record lectures that involve text or visuals, provide audio-visual feedback to learners based on their original work, amongst a wide variety of other applications.
The screencast above (essentially a screencast of a screencast!) demonstrates, through a simple step-by-step procedure, how to access and use Screenr, my all-time favourite quick screencasting tool. There are a couple of reasons why I would recommend Screenr over other screencasting tools, and I explain and demonstrate them in the video.
Click on the HD option and arrows at the bottom right of the video to get a high definition full screen version of the tutorial.
And feel free to add any comments, questions or suggestions!