EDUCAUSE 2013 Presenter Profiles: Walter Pelowski

Welcome to EDUCAUSE 2013 This is the first blog of this series, so let's start off by explaining more about this awesome event, EDUCAUSE. There’s a lot of buzz around this event and it just happens to be right around the corner. From October 15th-18th in Anaheim, CA the presentations, face-to-face and online, are going down! Mark your calendars because EDUCAUSE is a conference where higher education IT professionals meet to network and learn from each other to help boost education success. Of Continue reading

The Forge – Interview with Lee LeFever of Common Craft

Woah! The Forge is back!! We're starting our 4th year and we've got a great episode for you. Can’t see the video? Watch it on YouTube! So, in the course of your everyday life, do you ever need to explain anything? Do you find that easy? Difficult? Frankly, if you're a marketer, trainer, business owner, parent, partner - you're explaining things, probably multiple times a day. Sometimes the stakes are low, but what about when the stakes are really high? Do you know how to communicate Continue reading

Must-Know Tips for Job Hunters

TechSmith hiring managers see a lot of resumes. For any open position, they might personally review hundreds of cover letters and resumes. Given their experience, we asked for their opinions on how to best stand out from the crowd. In the interview below, marketing managers Amy Somerville and Katie Moore share their experiences and what they look for in candidates applying to be the newest addition to the TechSmith team. Read on for helpful hints! When you’re looking at resumes, what Continue reading

ScreencastCamper Profiles 2013: Scott Skibell

Get happy: TechSmith's annual ScreencastCamp is just a couple weeks away! Can you believe it?! One of the coolest things about ScreencastCamp is that it brings together people who may not otherwise have an opportunity to meet. It's a can't-miss chance to get to know people with similar interests, and to learn something new! Be sure to check out our other interviews to make sure you're all caught up before camp! Today we're taking the time to get to know a little more about pro screencaster, Continue reading

ScreencastCamper Profiles 2013: #ladygeeks Shari Sloane and Katie Regan

Get happy: TechSmith's annual ScreencastCamp is just three weeks away! One of the coolest things about ScreencastCamp is that it brings together people who may not otherwise have an opportunity to meet. It’s a can’t-miss chance to get to know people with similar interests, and to learn something new! This week we're getting to know the #ladygeeks, Shari Sloane and Katie Regan. Shari and Katie met by chance at an education conference in New York and became fast friends due to their passion Continue reading

ScreencastCamper Profiles 2013: Lori Banaszak

Get happy: TechSmith's annual ScreencastCamp is just a month away! Can you believe it?! One of the coolest things about ScreencastCamp is that it brings together people who may not otherwise have an opportunity to meet. It's a can't-miss chance to get to know people with similar interests, and to learn something new! As an intro to camp, it's important to us to get to know more about our attendees - both for our own sake, and that of other attendees! After all, it is YOU who will make the conference Continue reading

Snagit for Small Business: Playing Multiple Roles in a Fast-Paced World

Being a small business is tough. Small businesses have fewer staff members and the same amount of work to do. And often, employees play multiple roles within the organization. Ally Parson is a perfect example. Ally Parson acts as Human Resources, Marketing, Customer Relations and more at Café Milano in Washington, D.C. Her responsibilities are widespread and require her to be extremely efficient to manage multiple projects and stay on schedule. But with her dedication to quality and a little Continue reading