Join Aaron Quigley for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating new presentations, part of Learning Promethean ActiveInspire.
…When you first open ActivInspire, it'll automatically…open up a flip chart called, untitled.…You can see that the flow chart's been added to the top flip chart menu.…And I can also see that it has a…star after it, meaning that it has not been saved.…This flip chart also has one blank page that's added.…And we can see that blank page in the page browser.…Let's go ahead and create a new flip chart.…And talk about when we should add flip charts versus pages.…To create a new flip chart, I'm going to select File…from the top menu, and I'll come down to Flipchart.…Here, I have a new untitled flip chart, the first thing I'm going to do…is to go ahead and save this by going to File, and selecting Save.…
I'll go ahead and give this flip chart…the name of interactive whiteboard, and then click Save.…You can now see the name of the flip chart is at the top of the screen.…Typically, when I'm thinking about creating flip charts, or adding…new pages, I like to align them to my classes.…If you are a middle or…high school teacher and you have various classes that come in throughout the…
- 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
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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