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'''Unit 1: Annotations/Web Browsing'''
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== '''''Why is this important?''''' ==
  
'''Why is this important?'''
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Desktop annotations are one of the most important skills to have when it comes to using SMART Notebook.  This skill allows the user to write on websites, word processing files, pictures, etc.  For example, if you were reading a passage together as a class from a website, and you wanted to highlight all of the times the word “the” appeared, you could do just that.  Let’s take a look at this important skill and be sure that we know how to execute it properly.     
  
Desktop annotations are one of the most important skills to have when it comes to using SMART Notebook.  This skill allows the user to write on websites, word processing files, pictures, etc.  For example, if you were reading a passage together as a class from a website, and you wanted to highlight all of the times the word “the” appeared, you could do just that.  Let’s take a look at this important skill and be sure that we know how to execute it properly.
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== '''''Objectives'''''==
  
1)      After opening SMART Notebook, find the “Insert” tab and scroll down to “Internet Browser.”
 
  
2)      An image will appear in the middle of the screen that says “Browse to any webpage within SMART Notebook collaborative learning software.”  If you scroll down on this image, you will see a small keyboard with a web address bar next to it.
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At the completion of this unit, learners will be able to:
  
3)      Here, you can enter any website you wish and load it into your SMART Notebook page.  You can write on anything that you put up!
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* Successfully annotate anything on screen
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* Locate the web browser within SMART Notebook and annotate on any web document
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* Save annotations for later use
  
Note to the Learner: Nothing is perfect, and there will always be limitations, no matter what. It’s worth mentioning that if you change the webpage, your annotations will remain.  If you want to save your work, you will have save the file as is in order for it to remain.
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== '''''Unit Lessons''''' ==
  
'''You Try:''' Enter SMART Notebook, follow the steps to complete the following task: Google image search “sheep” and draw a smiley face over the 2nd picture within “sheep image search” that you find. Your end result should match mine:
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[[Lesson 1.1: Annotations]]
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[[Lesson 1.2: Web Browsing]]
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== [[UNIT I: Annotations/Web Browsing]]==
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== [[UNIT 2: Screenshots/Misc]] ==
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== [[UNIT 3: SMART Notebook  ]] ==
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== [[Final Words]] ==
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== [[Resources/External Links]] ==

Latest revision as of 11:52, 14 December 2016

Why is this important?

Desktop annotations are one of the most important skills to have when it comes to using SMART Notebook. This skill allows the user to write on websites, word processing files, pictures, etc. For example, if you were reading a passage together as a class from a website, and you wanted to highlight all of the times the word “the” appeared, you could do just that. Let’s take a look at this important skill and be sure that we know how to execute it properly.

Objectives

At the completion of this unit, learners will be able to:

  • Successfully annotate anything on screen
  • Locate the web browser within SMART Notebook and annotate on any web document
  • Save annotations for later use

Unit Lessons

Lesson 1.1: Annotations

Lesson 1.2: Web Browsing


Go back to...

UNIT I: Annotations/Web Browsing

UNIT 2: Screenshots/Misc

UNIT 3: SMART Notebook

Final Words

Resources/External Links