Screen Casting Software has never been cheaper and more accessible. It is available on every platform and is exportable to websites like YouTube and Weebly. Here are some programs that will work for screencasting:
Flipped Content Creation Tools!
Doceri is a great way to control your computer and interact with presentations live, but it has a fantastic and user-friendly record option that will allow you to record your voice, interaction and annotation of websites, and easily toggle between the computer and the whiteboard. It has a vast selection of backgrounds that range from the whiteboard, blackboard, textures, music staff, maps with political lines, and even create custom backgrounds from photo files. The app is free in the app store and can be used alone as a whiteboard/recording feature through Airplay. The desktop software is $30, and well worth the price. For more info, check out the Doceri website or visit this page from our presentation at the Flip 'In Utah Conference this year! Examples of great presentations created with Doceri.
Video created at C-Forum during the App Tools Exploration
Explain Everything is a great iPad App that allows PDF annotation, engaging presentations, and a great record feature that allows you to record voice and interaction with the materials on the "canvas". Check out this BlendSpace that walks through the interface and interactive features found in Explain Everything.
Show Me! is an iPad app that is easy to use and has a very simple interface. One great feature of Show Me! is that it is really easy to share materials with other educators. The Show Me! community is growing and has provided teacher-created materials for virtually every subject area. The presentations are not currently exportable in other formats, so all content must come through the Show Me! website. The account is free to set up.