OneNote 2007 Introduction, The Webcast….

Finally, I’ve had a few hours to finish my webcast on OneNote 2007. It’s meant to be an introduction to the application and give the audience a feel for how it’s used and what it can be used for. I created a demo personal introduction video, created with Camtasia Studio, last month, but decided to go against the introduction video in the final version as I didn’t feel it added a tremendous value in this particular project. However, it was a solid personal exercise for me to speak on film and I got some great feedback. (Plus, I need to get a serious hair cut, and so I shouldn’t appear on any sort of moving film right now (that’s *supposed* to be humour) – I would have had to re-film….)

Although I have done several live webcasts in the past, this is my first dabble at an offline webcast and my first dabble with Camtasia Studio….

I welcome any comments, questions, or constructive criticism.

http://www.screencast.com/t/QYn1GtyPSyT

 

Dan

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Dan Douglas is based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and is a professional independent Software Consultant and an experienced and proven subject matter expert, decision maker, and leader in the area of Software Development and Architecture. His professional experience represents over 15 years of architecting and developing highly successful large scale solutions. Dan also believes that properly empowering teams with trust and responsibility yields the greatest results. | For inquiries about Dan's software consulting practice, please see the contact page.  Dan has also built up a network of highly successful and professional Software Developers and Architects who are highly respected and can be called upon and used in conjunction with his own consulting practice to handle the largest of consulting projects.

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