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Are You Feelin’ Fuse?

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Well, a picture is worth a thousand words, as they say. You can then quickly and securely send your content directly into Snagit , Camtasia , or TechSmith Relay. To take a photo, simply tap the photo button to take a picture and save it to the Fuse Library. At the bottom of the screen, you will notice icons for Snagit, Camtasia, and TechSmith Relay. Scan the code with your phone and your transfer will begin automatically.)

Fuse Application Plus More…For Genealogy

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Earlier this spring I started my career with TechSmith and was assigned to the Fuse team as a Software Test Specialist. Not only that, but I transfer the new files to Snagit for storage and manipulation (cropping and enhancing photos) to enrich my records. This template allows me to include pictures of my ancestors to enhance the presentation of their details. Taking Pictures in the Wild. take digital photos of these original documents.

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Text, Images, or Video in Your Technical Communication?

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Photos can degrade gracefully, even when you’re printing in black & white, but video information is lost altogether. Images in user assistance can include photos, illustrations, tables, screenshots, diagrams, and schematics. Photos can be a cheap alternative for illustrations. Adding arrows yourself does not always make the photo easier to understand. Movement is difficult to explain in text or photos alone. appeared first on TechSmith Blogs.

Computational Thinking in Teaching and Learning

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I wrote a small web application that runs from my classroom computer which allows students to snap a picture of their work and upload it to my computer, anonymously if they choose. My own processing power and observation skills are free to scan the room and figure out what the next step should be. The featured image is creative commons licensed ( BY-SA ) flickr photo shared by aperture_lag.

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