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First is a screencast.com tutorial created through Jing. This video walks you through citing a website using easybib.com
I like using Jing and screencast.com, but the fact their embed code doesn’t work here and other places, doesn’t allow you to download to .avi or mp4, means they utterly and royally suck.

http://www.screencast.com/t/1kfQwWztRg5

I then decided to try screencast-o-matic.com and embed into Youtube and it was pretty cool. So much nicer. So I have two screencasts, but I only expect to be graded on one. Whichever one is better.

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