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Smart Board 101
An Introduction to Using The SmartBoard
by Peter Spicer-Wensley

Published in: Technology, Art & Photos

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  • 1. SMARTBOARD 101
    • AN INTRODUCTION TO USING THE SMARTBOARD
    • by Peter Spicer-Wensley
  • 2. Getting Connected
    • Turn on the computer
    • Connect the projector to the computer
    • Connect the SmartBoard to it as well
    • Open the Notebook program
    • Pick up a pen and doodle...
  • 3. Doodle Time!
    • Using your finger as a mouse...
    • Select the Creative Pen tool in Notebook
    • Choose a fancy line style
    • Start doodling with the pen
    • Pick a different style and doodle...
  • 4. Let your fingers roam...the web
    • Using your finger as a mouse...
    • Open a web browser (double tap)
    • Click in the address bar
    • Open the on-screen keyboard
    • Type in a web address ( www.ted.com )
    • Use your finger to scroll, select etc.
  • 5. Make your Mark
    • Go to www.somewhere.com
    • Using your finger as a mouse...
    • Select the highlighter pen
    • Mark or highlight sections
    • Select the ordinary pen
    • Underline, circle, connect, etc.
  • 6. Left to Write
    • Open the Onscreen Keyboard
    • Choose the dropdown item Write
    • Write in the text entry area
    • Close the keyboard window
    • Write some freehand text neatly
    • Click on the text to select it
    • Choose “recognise (text)”
  • 7. Take a SnapShot
    • Go to a web page or document
    • Click on the Camera icon
    • Choose Area, FullScreen or Freehand
    • Take the Screen capture
    • A new Notebook page is created
    • Save the Notebook
  • 8. Gallery
    • The Gallery is a library of resources
    • Pictures and Backgrounds
    • Images with sounds
    • Animations
    • Video
    • Interactive Learning Objects
    • Notebooks and Lessons