Buffer kindly shared a useful article yesterday, which might answer the question I wrestled with in my recent PGCert project:-
So, if students request animation and video in our instructional materials, then I could make GIFs from Screencast-o-Matic videos. This does need a little thought, however, since I’d be producing them as part of my employed work, rather than as a student in my own time at home. Nonetheless, I feel a little more optimistic having read this article, so I’ll do a bit of exploration back at work!
There’s also a quick videoclip outlining one approach. I need to investigate three websites!
Now, don’t laugh, please! I made my first GIF. It took literally hours, and has no artistic merit. However, it IS a giphy gif – my firstborn. I made a gif describing the legal deposit “lifecyle”of early 19th century music. How arcane is that?! And I can get it into Twitter as well!