Making a Screencast: Client Deliverables
Every once in a while I like to feature a client screencast and share a bit about some of my interactions with the the client while creating it. Today I just got great feedback from my latest client, Ann Smarty, over at MyBlogGuest.com on the video we (I say we […]

Making a Screencast – Client Deliverables


Three Top Tips to Help You Find e-Learning Jobs
About ten years ago I went back to school to get a Masters Degree in a field called Instructional Technology. My internship at AT&T creating Instructional videos pretty much put me on my path to the kind of work I am doing today: Creating training videos. Getting steady clients, though, […]

My Three Top Tips to Help You Find E-learning Jobs


Why You Should Pin Your Videos on Pinterest
Maybe this quote will answer the question “Why Pin Your Videos on Pinterest?” “Pinterest is blowing the client’s YouTube traffic out of the water.  However, said Gerencser, their YouTube video views have tripled since they started pinning the videos.”  Quoted from searchenginewatch.com Video is visual and Pinterest is a social […]

Why You Should Pin Your Videos on Pinterest



PowerPoint Slides from Camtasia Training at NAMS
This weekend was exhausting.  Even though I live here in Atlanta where NAMS is held twice a year, just getting so much information in my head in 3 days was both exciting and overwhelming. If you’d like to see the slides from my presentation (the audios from all the workshops […]

Here’s My PowerPoint Slides from Camtasia Training at NAMS7


When Using a Professional Recording Studio Is the Best Choice
I’d like to introduce you to Christine Fish– one of my LearnCamtasia.com course students and a professional Instructional Designer who will be using Camtasia Studio to produce E-learning. She and I started a conversation in our Camtasia Training Private Forum about how inexpensive it can be to use a professional […]

When Using a Professional Recording Studio Is the Best Choice


When You get the Dreaded Black Bars in Your Videos
Every week I hear from someone who has taken some training from one of my courses and has made the most wonderful screencast. It looks great in Camtasia but when they  produce or upload it it has thick black bars on the left and right or bottom and top. Even […]

When You get the Dreaded Black Bars in Your Videos