Web 2.0 Tools for “Teachers”
Day 2: The Help Guide• Your task today is to create a Help Guide  for the Web2.0 tool you played with and  reviewed yester...
Rules for the Help Guide• Your Help Guide must be made using  software that is FREE to use• Your Help Guide must be design...
What Software?• If you use Word, you must convert it to a PDF  file and make an E-BOOK• If you use PowerPoint you must con...
Getting Help• Look at the UnderTenMinutes site to see how  teachers have recorded video guides• Look at the written Helpsh...
Adding it to a Glossary• When your Help Guide is finished you will  UPLOAD it or LINK it EMBED it to a  Glossary• Add a ti...
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Day2 Introduction

  1. 1. Web 2.0 Tools for “Teachers”
  2. 2. Day 2: The Help Guide• Your task today is to create a Help Guide for the Web2.0 tool you played with and reviewed yesterday• The Help guide should explain to a student or teacher use the Web2.0 tool
  3. 3. Rules for the Help Guide• Your Help Guide must be made using software that is FREE to use• Your Help Guide must be designed to be SHARED with others• Your Help Guide must cover all the MAIN features
  4. 4. What Software?• If you use Word, you must convert it to a PDF file and make an E-BOOK• If you use PowerPoint you must convert it into a SLIDESHARE file• If you use video you can only use SCREENR, JING or SCREENCAST-O-MATIC• You can combine video, print screens and text together using IMPRESSR or other FREE multimedia software
  5. 5. Getting Help• Look at the UnderTenMinutes site to see how teachers have recorded video guides• Look at the written Helpsheets link to see step by step helpsheets• Look at the Checklist to see what Software you can use• Look at the What’s in My Guide to see the main features you need to cover• Look at the Top Tips sheet for tips when making a Help Guide
  6. 6. Adding it to a Glossary• When your Help Guide is finished you will UPLOAD it or LINK it EMBED it to a Glossary• Add a title, an icon, a sentence explaining it and your Help Guide• Other Students will then REVIEW your Help Guide, make comments and mark it for IL

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