Join Aaron Quigley for an in-depth discussion in this video Syncing your computer with your Promethean board, part of Learning Promethean ActiveInspire.
…Once you've connected both the projector and the Promethean…board to your computer, and you've installed both the…ActivInspire software as well as the Promethean board drivers,…you're ready to go ahead and calibrate your board.…What calibration is, is a way for Promethean to know…exactly what's being projected on what part of the board.…Throughout this process, Promethean is going to give you small…x's on the board, and it's going to ask you…to take your pen, or your finger if you…have a touch board, and to touch those x's.…As you move to this process, Promethean's going to know…exactly what part of the projected image aligns to…what part of the board, so that as you…write on the board, it appears in the correct location.…
Starting the calibration process is really simple.…You'll find the small Promethean icon in the upper right-hand corner…on a Mac, or in the lower right-hand tray on a PC.…Currently I do not have a Promethean board attached to this…computer, and so my icon has kind of a red X…over it.…If your Promethean board is attached then this…
- 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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