Join Aaron Quigley for an in-depth discussion in this video Controlling interactions with the Property Browser, part of Learning Promethean ActiveInspire.
…In our last video we used the property browser…in order to add some stylistic changes to various objects.…These were all aesthetic changes though and they didn't really…impact the way that these objects interact with each other.…In this video we're going to take the property browser one step…further by adding some interactivity to the various objects that we have created.…We are also going to introduce a new browser, which is…called the object browser, in fact let's go and start there.…You'll remember, at the end of the last video,…that I went ahead and I duplicated these three background cages.…Each of these objects contains the correct genotype…that matches with the box in the front.…
I'm going to go ahead and put this one back in place.…Now we have six different items that we've drawn, and we…also have the clock and the magnifying glass that we've added.…So at this point we have eight various items, and it's really important…to make sure that we can quickly select and change properties for these items.…
- Setting up a Promethean board
- Syncing your computer with your Promethean board
- Creating new presentations
- Annotating over your desktop
- Recording videos
- Adding timed quiz questions
- Controlling interactions in the Property Browser
- Using Magic Ink
Skill Level Intermediate
Edge Animate Essential Trainingwith Chris Converse4h 44m Beginner
Illustrator CC 2013 One-on-One: Intermediatewith Deke McClelland11h 37m Intermediate
1. Setting Up a Promethean Board
2. Exploring the ActivInspire Software
3. Teaching with a Promethean Board
4. Creating ActivInspire Interactive Presentations
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