May 09, 2016

Practical Ed Tech Tip of the Week – How to Create Screencasts on Your Android Device | Practical Ed Tech

I often receive emails from teachers who want to create tutorial videos or have students create screencasts on Android devices. AZ Screen Recorder is a great option for doing that. AZ Screen Record...

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