Save with Educator Pricing on TechSmith
One thing I use every day and can not live without is Snagit. Snagit allows you to take screenshots, annotate the screenshots, screen record video, and wicked easy create animated GIF’s. The screenshots in my books and on my blog are from Snagit.
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Snagit Educator Pricing
This pricing is a one time fee, NOT a subscription. Regular price is $49.95. With the additional 10% off of educator pricing your price is a one time cost of $26.95.
Camtasia Educator Pricing
While Snagit will allow you to light video editing, use Camtasia to do more robust video editing. Regular price is $249. With the additional 10% off of educator pricing your one time cost is only $152.10.
Save even more when you bundle and purchase both Snagit and Camtasia together. Total price together is $170.10
The individual educator pricing is pretty amazing especially considering it is a one time fee. However, I really feel like all
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One Click GIF
Notice in the animation above how I did a short screen recording of Google Slides. Then with ONE CLICK in Snagit it turns it into an animated GIF which I literally just DRAGGED here into this blog post.
When creating directions documents in Google Docs or Slides I include screenshots and GIF animations by literally DRAGGING from Snagit onto the Google Doc. Instantly there is a little video in my directions document to show students how to interact with the digital tool I am having them use. This saves countless precious classroom instructional minutes. I can not live without this!