1. Have a Videographer Record You. At UWEC, we are fortunate to have videographers who can record you and put the video up on Kaltura for you, so then all you need to do is put the URL in D2L. If you don't want to deal with the technology, this is the way to go. The only downfall is that you have to plan a bit further ahead with this option by scheduling it with the videographer and waiting for it to be edited and put on Kaltura. The rest are all do-it-yourself options (CETL/LTS staff can provide training and some equipment).
2. iPad If you already have an iPad, it presents the easiest option. The Explain Everything app offers a lot of functionality for $2.99 and Educreations is a nice free app. A math professor created her entire online course by making basic PowerPoint slides on the computer, getting them on the iPad through dropbox.com, and using a stylus to write out the problems in her handwriting while recording audio. The video can go right on YouTube. Voila. It is not necessary to first create PowerPoint slides, but it saves time if you don't have to write out everything as you are recording.
my blog post on this study for more information. Cool, huh?
4. SMART Podiums in Classrooms. While we are on the topic of classrooms, some of the rooms at UWEC have SMART podiums, which are basically computer screens that you can write on with a stylus. Again, find an empty classroom and record away using a program such as CaptureSpace Lite which can be downloaded onto the computer relatively quickly.
Wacom pic from http://karachi.olx.com.pk/wacom-bamboo-capture-iid-497208328
Surface pic from http://www.microsoftstore.com/store/msusa/en_US/pdp/Surface-Pro/productID.275287300
Samsung doc cam pic from https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-Digital-Presenter-Document-Camera/dp/B003XQVOCQ