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  • 1. iPod Flashcards Presented by: Susan Rigg M.B.E. 4th grade
  • 2. First, create a Power Point of your flashcards
  • 3. Save the Power Point as jpegs
  • 4. Choose every slide so they will all save as jpegs.
  • 5. A message will appear stating that all slides have been saved as a separate file in the folder.
  • 6. Right click on the slide name, and renameeach slide starting with 001. This way they will stay in the correct order on the iPod.
  • 7. When your iPod is connected to iTunes, you need to choose photos at the top of the screen
  • 8. Beside Sync photos from, choose the folder in which you saved your photos.
  • 9. Now sync your iPod and your photos should be ready to study.
  • 10. To view your flashcard on your iPod
    Click Photos
  • 11. Click photo library or all photos
  • 12. Select the first slide
  • 13. Now slide your finger across or click the wheel for the next slide, and allow your students time to study.
  • 14. Resources located on wiki
    Website Links to help you create iPod flashcards  
     Mr. Coley's how to create digital flashcards video http://www.mrcoley.com/flashcards/flashcards_howto.htm
    Tony Vincent, a former 5th grade teacher and current technology presenter's website  http://learninginhand.com/ipod/ (He has already created many flashcards and has lot of ideas for technology.)
    Tony Vincent's delicious account with bookmarked iPod pages  http://www.delicious.com/tonyvincent/applist+ipad
    Tony Vincent's learning iPod flashcard downloads http://learninginhand.com/blog/2008/12/5/ipod-flash-cards.html
    Mr. Coley's digital flashcards for iPod http://www.mrcoley.com/flashcards/index.htm (He has created many flashcards, and this would be a great resource.)  
    Discount prices for iPod accessories  http://www.monoprice.com/home/index.asp