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    • GOOGLE SHORTCUTS, TOOLS & JING IŞIL BOY
    • Key Board Short Cuts 1Windows system key combinationsF1: HelpCTRL+ESC: Open Start menuALT+TAB: Switch between open programsALT+F4: Quit programSHIFT+DELETE: Delete item permanentlyWindows Logo+L: Lock the computer (without usingCTRL+ALT+DELETE)Windows program key combinationsCTRL+C: CopyCTRL+X: CutCTRL+V: PasteCTRL+Z: UndoCTRL+B: BoldCTRL+U: UnderlineCTRL+I: ItalicSHIFT+DELETE: Deletes an item immediately without placing it in theRecycle Bin
    • Key Board Short Cuts 2General keyboard-only commandsF1: Starts Windows HelpF2: Rename objectF3: Find all filesF10: Activates menu bar optionsCTRL+ESC: Opens the Start menu (use the ARROW keys to select anitem)CTRL+ESC or ESC: Selects the Start button (press TAB to select thetaskbar, or press SHIFT+F10 for a context menu)Natural Keyboard keysWindows Logo: Start menuWindows Logo+R: Run dialog boxWindows Logo+M: Minimize allSHIFT+Windows Logo+M: Undo minimize allWindows Logo+F1: HelpWindows Logo+E: Windows ExplorerWindows Logo+F: Find files or foldershttp://support.microsoft.com/kb/126449
    • Google Shurtcuts
    • Google DocsGoogle Docs is an easy-to-use online word processor, spreadsheet andpresentation editor that enables you and your students to create, store andshare instantly and securely, and collaborate online in real time. You cancreate new documents from scratch or upload existing documents,spreadsheets and presentations. Theres no software to download, and allyour work is stored safely online and can be accessed from any computer.http://www.google.com/educators/p_docs.html
    • Google Docs as an Online Vocabulary Notebook
    • How 2.0 Use Google Docs with Your StudentsO Write a collaborative story. One student writes the beginning and then another add the second paragraph. The third adds to it and so on and on.O Group planning for projects , each member can contribute their information and the teacher can view the revision history anytime.O Collaborative note-taking and brainstorming activities.O Instead of saving Word files or emailing back and forth, the student can work on a document on Google docs and access it from school and home. They will always have access to it and as a teacher you wont hear "I forgot it at home" or "I have a different program at home".O Have your classroom create a class newsletter. Invite various students to work on the document at the same time.O If all students have access to the same document, you could use it for class announcements or assignments. This is much easier than making and maintaining a class webpage.O Insert photos onto a Google Doc to share with classmateshttp://sites.google.com/site/techtipstuesday/ideas-for-using-google-docs
    • Google’s Doodle
    • JINGJing is free image and video capturing software that you can shareinstantly over the web, email, or even just save to your desktop. Yousimply download Jing to your desktop and it will sit at the top of yourdesktop.If you want to use Jing for video capture, you simply take your mouse,click and drag the area of the screen you want to capture and click. Thenselect to “Capture Video.” You can either record with narration or not.Once you’re done recording, it will automatically upload your video toScreencast – where you can store up to 2 GB of storage, and accessdirect links and embedding code for your videos.If you want to use Jing for image capture, you simply take your mouse,click and drag the area of the screen you want tot capture and click. Now,instead of click “Capture Video,” you’ll click “Capture Image.” Jing allowsyou to add text, arrows, boxes, and even highlighting areas to your image.You can save it, copy it to the clipboard, or send it to screencast. screencast.com
    • How 2.0 Use Jing With Your StudentsYou can create training videos for your students, and give them feedback.There are a few things to remember while using Jing:You don’t have to click and drag for the video capture – Jing will also automaticallyregister the size of the browser (if you’re using a browser)Jing does not resize videos like YouTube or Vimeo would do. Keep that in mind whenselecting the size of your video.Use Jing instead of Print Screen! That way you don’t have to do all that cropping – youcan just select what you want. You can also spice up your image capture with the text,arrows, highlighting, etc.Remember that on the free version of Jing, each video can be a maximum of 5 minutes.http://blog.simplek12.com/education/how-to-use-jing-in-your-classroom/