Join Aaron Quigley for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding the Promethean technical setup, part of Up and Running with Promethean ActivInspire.
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…Before you begin using your Promethean Board, the first…step is to make sure you have it properly setup.…There's a variety of board types out there, and the best thing…is to always follow the instructions that were included with your board.…In every Promethean Board setup, there's three main players.…There's the board itself.…There's your computer that's connected to the board, as well as a projector.…Even if you have a projector that's attached to…your Promethean Board, this setup is functioning the exact same.…There's one slight variation to this, and…that is the Promethean Board table.…If you have a Promethean Board that projects its own images, then…the projector is not part of the board itself, and it's pre-calibrated.…
However, for most Promethean setups, these will be the…three main players that you need to be concerned with.…As you interact with your Promethean Board, whether through a touchscreen or…using the Promethean pen, it sends a signal back to your computer.…The signal says this part of the board was…
- 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 Appropriate for all
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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