We are currently creating online tutorials. Ideally we'd like to combine both audio and text instructions (for those without headphones, plus to allow for interactive questions etc).
So far we've been looking at Snagit, Jing, and Camtasia.
Does anyone have views on these three? I believe Jing is to be discontinued and most features incorporated into Snagit, and Snagit is cheaper than Camtasia. We wondered what real advantage Camtasia has to justify the extra cost?
We have also looked at Guide on the Side http://www.library.arizona.edu/applications/quickHelp/tutorial/searching-the-ua-library-catalogbut this is tricker to set up as it requires a Linux server.
Any thoughts/advice most appreciated!
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