2 ppt tutorial for the ready-made activities within the smart notebook software for new web site
The ETLab presents a series of three practical tutorials <br />that aim to help the ETLab students, staff and faculty <br />to familiarize themselves with the SmartBoardTM environment.<br />The tutorials will cover how to:<br />a.) locate;<br />b.) download; <br />b.) edit ;<br />c.) create interactive multimedia <br /> activities forcourse content.<br />
In this 2nd tutorial of the series, you will learn how to:<br />Locate<br />Download<br />Edit<br />Save a Smart Notebook Interactive Multimedia Activity to use in your classroom. <br />
The information and screen captures in this tutorial <br />were taken from the Smart Technologies webpage at <br />www.smarttech.com.<br />
Open the Smart Technologies Webpage: www.smarttech.com<br />
Scroll down until you see this part. Click on SMART Exchange <br />
You can browse activities by subject matter, <br /> but you can click here to see the satandards-correlated lessons<br />
Select the State Standards, the grade and subject and click view<br />
When you click to “View Lesson”, all the activities concerning that standard <br />will be displayed. You will see a thumbnail of the first page of each activity.<br />You can preview the activity, download it or add it to the SMART Notebook files.<br />
If you decide to add it <br />to SMART Notebook, <br />that software will be <br />launched automatically<br />
Once you download your activity, <br />you can open it with SMART Notebook Software <br />and modify it to your needs and save it as a SMART Notebook file.<br />. <br />
To change your activity:<br />Click on the part you want to change and a padlock will appear <br /> on the top right corner of that item.<br />2. Click on it, a menu will appear.<br />3. Select unlock. <br />4. Make the changes you want. <br />
To lock it back (Recommended):<br />Click on the arrow at the top right corner.<br />Select “Locking” in the drop down menu.<br />If you want to lock only the editing but preserve the object manipulation movements, select “Allow Move” or “Allow Move and Rotate”.<br />. <br />
To save your activity, click on the save icon. You can change the file name, and save it to the place of your preference. <br />
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