What is GRASS?

Welcome to the GRASS website! This site is now an archive resource for those interested in developing screen capture skills.

GRASS stands for Generating Resources and Access to Screencapture Software and the project was run to  help staff and students at the university to use screen capture technology.

This technology simply allows users to record whatever is happening on their screens BUT combined with audio and even your webcam, you can quickly and easily create:


Just click on the ‘Why?’ tab to find out about the benefits of using screen capture technology and the ‘How to…’ tab for a series of 60 second instructional videos. ‘Screencast’ bank contains plenty of examples of screencasts already being used at Reading while the ‘Learning capture’ tab looks at broader ways in which colleagues are using technology. We also have an archive ‘blog’ section with input from across the university.


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