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Tablet PC Workshop 2010

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Workshop presentation for new students and parents for Tablet PC 1:1 mobile computing at Villa Duchesne

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Tablet PC Workshop 2010

  1. 1. Villa DuchesneTablet PC Workshop<br />2/17/2011<br />All you will need out of the box is the computer, the smaller battery (found in the larger box) and the external battery (flatter box).<br />Attach the strap to your TPC case.<br />Place the TPC box under your desk/table.<br />Please do not turn on the TPC. <br />Presented by<br />Stephanie Moore, <br />Director of Instructional Technology<br />
  2. 2. Some Housekeeping…<br />Please insure that you have signed in.<br />Please turn off or set to silent any cell phones or pagers.<br />Need paper and pen for note taking?<br />This session WILL BE INTERACTIVE!<br />Ask Questions!<br />Introductions<br />Have FUN!<br />
  3. 3. Resources: How to get there!<br />Villa Duchesne : TechnologyVilla Duchesne : Technology : PoliciesVDOH website<br />
  4. 4. How YOUR technology use impacts you and others…<br />Goal 1: Commit to a personal and active faith in God<br />Goal 2: Commit to a deep intellectual values<br />Goal 3: Commit to a social awareness that impels to action<br />Goal 4: Commit to the building of community as a Christian value<br />Goal 5: Commit to a personal growth within wise freedom<br />
  5. 5. St. Philippine<br />“You may dazzle the mind with a thousand brilliant discoveries of natural science; you may open new worlds of knowledge which were never dreamed of before; yet, if you have not developed in the soul of the pupil strong habits of virtue which will sustain her in the struggle of life, you have not educated her, but only put in her hand a powerful instrument of self-destruction.”<br />
  6. 6. Our Agenda<br />Brief Overview of Tablet PC’s<br />Physical Components of your Tablet<br />Basics of using your Tablet PC<br />Logging In<br />Tablet PC Applications-Tutorials<br />Additional Features<br />School Network<br />Edline<br />General Q&A<br />
  7. 7. What is a Tablet PC?<br />A Better Laptop<br />Fully featured PC with no sacrifices<br />The latest in processing technology and memory<br />Runs all existing Windows applications “as is”<br />Most mobile PCs ever built<br />An Extension to the Laptop<br />Extending the power of the PC to new usage scenarios: <br />Note taking<br />Annotating documents with Ink<br />Immersive reading: productivity documents, online, eBooks, etc.<br />A Rich Platform<br />Platform for developing powerful new applications; <br /> extending existing applications<br />Ink and Pen APIs, components and tools<br />Office 2007 with fully integrated pen features<br />
  8. 8. Physical Components<br />HP TC2740 EliteBook<br />4 GB RAM<br />160 GB 5400 Hard Drive<br />Core i5-520m 2.40 Ghz<br />Intel GMA X3100 video card<br />CDRW/DVD Rom Combo Drive (external MultiBay)<br />MultiBay cradle<br />56k Internal Modem<br />10/100/1000 Internal Network Card<br />802.11a/b/g/nI2 Internal Wireless Network Card and Bluetooth<br />Three USB 2.0 ports<br />IEEE 1394 Firewire Port<br /><ul><li>2 Integrated stereo audio speakers
  9. 9. 12.1-inch color TFT WXGA with 1024 x 768 resolution
  10. 10. Secure Digital slot for removable media
  11. 11. Integrated 2MP WebCam
  12. 12. Multi-touch Screen
  13. 13. Spill-resistant keyboard with nightlight
  14. 14. Sparkle free glass with 160 degrees viewing angle
  15. 15. Ultra Slim 9 hour battery
  16. 16. Digital battery-free Pen
  17. 17. Dual Pointing with Pointstickand TouchPad</li></li></ul><li>Physical Components<br />Rotating the Screen<br />Buttons and Switches (Side)<br />Ctrl+Alt+Delete Slot<br />Orientation Button<br />Escape Button<br />Scroll and Tab Button<br />Projector Port<br />Network Cable<br />Power Port<br />
  18. 18. Physical Components<br />Plugs and Slots (Top)<br />USB Port with DVD-CDR Power<br />IEEE 1394 Firewire port<br />Wireless On/Off<br />SD Slot<br />Fan<br />Fingerprint Reader<br />Stylus Slot<br />
  19. 19. Physical Components<br />Connectors (Bottom)<br />Reconfigurable Quick Launch Buttons<br />Stereo Headset Jack<br />External Microphone Jack<br />Smart Card Reader<br />2 USB ports<br />Modem connection<br />Lock<br />
  20. 20. Physical Components<br />Buttons and Lights (Screen Side)<br />Screen Release<br />On/Off Switch<br />Speaker<br />Battery Indicator<br />Broadband Antenna (not activated)<br />Web Camera<br />Screen “Night” Light<br />Automatic Dimmer (bottom of screen)<br />
  21. 21. Physical Components<br />Screen Release (Magnetized)<br />Wireless Indicator-Side<br />Power Indicator <br />Battery Charge Indicator<br />Hard Drive Activity<br />Keyboard with Touchpad and Point Stick with Right/Left Click Buttons<br />Volume Control<br />“Function” Keys<br />fn + f3<br />fn + f4<br />fn + f11<br />
  22. 22. Tablet PC Basic Use<br />Removing and replacing the battery – No Need!!<br />Turning the Unit On/Stand-By (fn + f3)<br />Accessing and Using the Stylus<br />Tip: Use Control Panel for Settings<br />Accessing and Using the Keyboard<br />Changing Screen Orientation<br />Tabs on keyboard<br />Using Different Buttons<br />Complete Most Tutorials<br />
  23. 23. Let’s Take a Break<br /><ul><li>10 minutes
  24. 24. Take a short walk
  25. 25. Stretch
  26. 26. Ask questions
  27. 27. Vendor machines in cafeteria
  28. 28. Restrooms</li></li></ul><li>Logging In<br />How Do I Log In?<br />Please turn your TPC on…<br />Wireless Secure Key = XXXXXXXX<br />
  29. 29. Technology Use at Villa<br />How Do I Access the Network?<br />…Password Security<br />…Network Drives<br />…E-mail usage<br />Updates regularly sent by Technology Office<br />…Lightspeed Web and e-Mail Spam Filter<br />…P2P File Sharing<br />…Instant Messaging<br />…Online and Electronic Games<br />…USB/External Hard Drive as a Back-up<br />…Use of X-Period and Class Time<br />…Review the Tutorials<br />
  30. 30. Tablet PC Applications<br />Microsoft Journal (Tutorial)<br />Tablet PC Input Panel (TIP) (Tutorial)<br />Sticky Notes (Tutorial)<br />Q Menu<br />Power Management Features<br />Microsoft Reader<br />Tablet PC “Packs”<br />
  31. 31. Microsoft Journal<br />Great for Note Taking!<br />Never Ask for Paper Again!<br />Start a New Note<br />Notes Title (date is automatic)<br />Start Taking Notes!<br />Diagram and Label<br />Send in e-Mail<br />Type and Write in the Same Document <br /> (also ready for Office 2007)<br />Journal Tutorial (Help)<br />
  32. 32. Journal Tools<br />Changing the Pen Style and Color<br />Highlighter<br />Eraser<br />Lasso (convert to typed text)<br />Insert Space<br />Flags<br />Pan (Hand Icon) Scrolling Tool<br />Saving and Retrieving Notes<br />Templates<br />File->Page Setup<br />
  33. 33. Text Input Panel (TIP)<br />Launching and Closing TIP<br />Views<br />Writing Pad<br />Cursive or Print (Cursive works well)<br />Additional KB Keys (Enter, Etc…)<br />Send (as Text or Ink)<br />Keyboard Pad<br />Symbols Pad<br />Hide or Close<br />
  34. 34. Text Input Panel (TIP)<br />Input Panel Tools Menu<br />Text Preview<br />Dock<br />Options…<br />Writing Pad Tab<br />Writing Tools Tab (PDA Styles)<br />Write Anywhere<br />Advanced<br />
  35. 35. Sticky Notes<br />Just Like Post-Its…but Better!<br />Hand Writing, Audio or Both!<br />Drag and Drop<br />Copy Note to Another Program<br />Scroll Through Notes<br />Tools…Options…<br />Open at Startup<br />Confirm on Delete<br />Always on Top<br />Scratch-Out Gesture<br />
  36. 36. Office 2007<br />Write and draw in Microsoft Word® version 2007 documents as you would with pen and paper. <br />Insert handwritten notes into Microsoft Excel® version 2007 worksheets. <br />Add comments during a Microsoft PowerPoint® version 2007 presentation. <br />Write and send ink e-mail messages <br /> in Microsoft Outlook® version 2007. <br />Perform standard tasks such as <br /> opening programs and displaying menus <br />
  37. 37. One Note<br />Organize your information in an improved notebook navigation <br />Take, format, and share notes<br />Quickly access class notes from a teacher webpage and import into folders<br />Quickly file information into the right places <br />Gain instant access to your information <br />Easily reference pages and sections <br />Use the pen and recording devices<br />Handwrite and type notes<br />Insert files<br />Calculator, graphing and math tools<br />
  38. 38. One Note<br />
  39. 39. Enhancing Your Tablet<br />Q Menu Settings<br />Video Settings<br />Properties<br />Pen Settings<br />
  40. 40. Additional Features<br />Microsoft Power Toys (Tools)<br />Experience and Education Packs<br />Burn your Own CDs<br />Virtual TI Calculator (software drive)<br />
  41. 41. Microsoft Power-Toys (Tools)<br />Microsoft Snipping Tool<br />Extended Desktop<br />Thumbnail View<br />Writing Recognition Game<br />Music Composition<br />Hold Tool<br />Tablet PC Calculator<br />Art Tool<br />And more…<br />
  42. 42. Experience and Education Packs<br />Ink Art<br />Ink Crossword <br /> Puzzle<br />Ink Desktop<br />Media Transfer<br />Snipping Tool <br /><ul><li>Equation Writer
  43. 43. Hexic Cube
  44. 44. Ink Flash Cards
  45. 45. Send to One Note</li></li></ul><li>CD Burning<br />Windows Has Capabilities Built In<br />Drag and Drop in Windows Explorer<br />Right-Click…Send To…<br />In Explorer Create Your Structure<br />Choose “Write these files to CD”<br />You will be prompted for blank <br /> disc<br />
  46. 46. Additional Software<br />One Note<br />Audacity<br />Eclipse Crossword<br />Inspiration<br />Google Sketch-up<br />PhotoStory3<br />E-Text and Foreign Language CDs<br />Geometer’s Sketchpad<br />Mathematics Software<br />Desktop Shortcut “Stays”<br />Lightspeed Virus Protection and e-mail <br /> Spam Filter<br />Adobe Design Premium CS3<br />Web and Graphics Development<br />
  47. 47. General Q&A<br />Security – Personalization<br />Portfolio is required to protect the computer<br />Carrying the Tablet PC<br />Warranty and Accidental Policies<br />Loss or Theft – Serial Numbers with Tech Office<br />Visiting the Tech Office<br />Develop a personal and professional relationship<br />USB flashdrive or External Hard Drive<br />Goal 1: Commit to a personal and active faith in God<br />Goal 2: Commit to a deep intellectual values<br />Goal 5: Commit to a personal growth within wise freedom<br />Any Unanswered Questions? …Comments?<br />
  48. 48. Homework<br />Find and Review Tutorials<br />Start -> Programs<br />Create 2010-2011 folder in “My Documents” folder <br />Create Class Folders in “2010-2011” folder<br />“Play” in all applications, especially One Note<br />Navigate through Edline<br />Write down any questions<br />Be ready to attend and participate in August tech camp<br />
  49. 49. Contact Information<br />Stephanie Moore<br />smoore@vdoh.org<br />314-810-3484<br />Brian Etzkorn<br />betzkorn@vdoh.org<br />314-810-3439<br />Tech Department<br />techdepartment@vdoh.org<br />
  50. 50. Edline<br />From the “main” Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill Web Page…..<br />http://www.vdoh.org<br />
  51. 51. St. Philippine<br />“You may dazzle the mind with a thousand brilliant discoveries of natural science; you may open new worlds of knowledge which were never dreamed of before; yet, if you have not developed in the soul of the pupil strong habits of virtue which will sustain her in the struggle of life, you have not educated her, but only put in her hand a powerful instrument of self-destruction.”<br />

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