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50% off Single EDU Licenses for Camtasia and SnagIT until June 10

By: Todd Stabley

TechSmith recently announced that they are ending support for Knowmia, a video recording app for iOS which allows users to record videos that can then be uploaded to, a searchable learning object repository. TechSmith, which expanded its array of products and services in recent years ( will also discontinue support for ScreenChomp, the Teach apps, and their Google Chrome browser extension. They indicated this move will help them increase their focus on flagship offerings Snagit and Camtasia. Their plans for lecture capture app Relay weren’t mentioned in the announcement, which can be found here.

In conjunction with this announcement, Relay is offering a 50% discount for single edu licenses purchased through their web store until June 10, 2016.

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Knowmia allows creators to describe and tag the videos by topic, define target teaching grades, and share them via public links and embed code or through social media. It seemed to have strong application in K-12 where teachers may not have access to enterprise level tools at their own schools.



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