HHS: Using Tech To Reduce Paper Usage
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HHS: Using Tech To Reduce Paper Usage Presentation Transcript

  • 1. USING TECHNOLOGY TO REDUCE PAPER USAGE
  • 2. SMART NOTEBOOK & SMART TOOLS • Use SMART Notebook to take notes and export them as PDFs to post on a Learning Management System like Edmodo • Use the Handwriting Recognition software in notebook to turn handwritten notes into text • Use Screen Capture tools to capture pictures and other multi-media content • Post Agenda, Learning Objectives, Targets, etc.
  • 3. SMART TUTORIAL
  • 4. CREATE A WEB PRESENCE • Post assignments for students to download or print off • Post online modules (many already created) to deepen learning • Try sites like Udemy, Triptico, Blendspace, Ted-ED, Coursera • Post and utilize infographics (combination of text and image) to convey large pieces of data in a visually concise way
  • 5. GET IN THE CLOUD • Use Evernote and LiveBinder to create dynamic coursepacks that students and teachers can add resources to. • Use Skitch to annotate screen captures, pictures, and other media for demonstrations, diagrams, and charts • Use Symbaloo to organize common digital bookmarks for class use. • Use Scoop.it to create coursepacks of articles for students to read, share, and annotate
  • 6. SYMBALO O SCOOP.IT EVERNOT E
  • 7. GET TO KNOW ONLINE COLLABORATIVE TOOLS • • Have students add you/peers as an editor or collaborator on their papers. • Use Google Education apps to work collaboratively, in real time, on class work • *check out Google Docs/Drive, Microsoft Skydrive and Office Web Apps Scan print resources and create digital versions then upload them into a digital storage system
  • 8. GOOGLE DRIVE OFFICE WEB APPS