About Shooka Rafizadeh

Shooka Rafizadeh is the Social Media Intern for TechSmith. She studied Professional Writing at Michigan State University with a specialization in Digital and Technical Writing. Follow her at @shookarafizadeh

Employee Highlight: Meet TechSmithie Matt Pierce

To continue the Employee Highlight series, I had the pleasure of interviewing our Customer Engagement Manager, Matt Pierce. And we even put together a video interview for you! (Note: content in video is slightly different than text below.) Can't see the video? Watch it on YouTube. An Interview with Matt Pierce Who are you, and what do you do? I'm Matt Pierce. I am the Customer Engagement Manager. I manage our Training and Documentation team, oversee Technical Support, and host the Continue reading

Introducing the TechSmith Social Media Team

Why, hello You might be a subscriber to our blogs, interact with us on Twitter, and/or check out our Facebook pages every once in a while… but you’re still wondering, who are the people behind all this social media magic, and what’s in it for me? Well, you’re in for a treat. Who are we? Renee (@badrar) I am the Online Community Specialist at TechSmith. I serve as a TechSmith champion to maintain, grow, and work with a variety of communities who are engaged with TechSmith products and Continue reading

How to Make a Harlem Shake Video with Camtasia for Mac

Guest post by Ben Rhodes and Christina Melton of TechSmith Have you been keeping up with the recent internet meme sensation, Harlem Shake videos? We have been. And not only that, we created our own (scroll down to see them)! Then we made a guide showing how to make your own Harlem Shake video with Camtasia, because we're not so good at keeping secrets. The steps reference Camtasia for Mac, but the process is really similar on Camtasia Studio. And if you don't already own Camtasia, don't worry, Continue reading

In 2013 I resolve to… (pt. 2)

Contest Winners Congratulations to @katewilsonAK and @Matt_DayII for winning our New Year's Resolutions contest! We will be in touch with you shortly about claiming your TechSmith swag prizes. Back Story Back in early December (or should I say, last year...) we asked you what you resolve to do in 2013 and you responded with tweets, images, videos, and more. We put together a fun video of the submissions to ring in the new year: Can't see the video? Watch it on YouTube. We're curious to know Continue reading

EDUCAUSE 2012 Presenter Profiles: Troy Stein

Meet Troy Stein Troy is a Solutions Architect right here at TechSmith. As part of the EDU team, Troy works with educators to refine the existing teaching methods and build new tools to help teachers help their students. Besides being a TechSmith superhero, Troy is also an erstwhile educator himself (taught German 1991-1993), a father of five, and a ridiculously positive soccer coach of the world's best 3rd grade soccer team in Ann Arbor! A Little Knowledge is a Creative Thing TechSmith products Continue reading

EDUCAUSE 2012 Presenter Profiles: Eric Hamilton

Meet Eric Hamilton Eric Hamilton is a professor at Pepperdine University, where he carries out research in learning technology innovation and learning environments of the future, primarily under support from the National Science Foundation. He also leads what is called a Science Across Virtual Institutes collaboration (SAVI) involving about three dozen researchers in the US and Finland.     Advancing Undergraduate Education With Camtasia Through Mobile and Creative Computing Cycles Eric Continue reading

EDUCAUSE 2012 Presenter Profiles: Rob Mowid

Meet Rob Mowid Rob Mowid is the Product Manager for Camtasia Relay here at TechSmith. He's been working at TechSmith for four years, having started on the Sales side before becoming a Product Manager. He sets direction for where the product is headed by working with and receiving feedback from current and prospect customers.     Fastpath to Anything Capture Stop talking about lecture capture, and start capturing! Plus, you don’t have to limit your capturing to just lectures. Continue reading