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Tutorial - Designing VWB Lessons by KD

Tutorial - Designing VWB Lessons by KD

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Intelliboard 1.3 Guide to Creating Lessons
There is more to your virtual whiteboard than being a great large screen for using your ELMOVisual Presenter and for displaying the monitor of your computer screen. You can utilize thefunctions of your whiteboard to enhance the lessons that you are presenting in your classroom.bypreparing interactive activities for your students. These not only promote the use of technology inyour classroom, but provide your students the opportunity to become active participants in thelesson! So let’s get started…
Ways to open your Virtual Whiteboard from your computer.
1
st
wayIf you have used your VWB recently, it may be available in your start menu.2
nd
way:Click on the Numonics icon in your systems tray (by the clock). If you are connected to your projector, the icon will be green. If you have disconnected from your projector, the icon will be red.3
rd
way:Click on Start --All Programs, find Intelliboard, and then select Virtual Whiteboard Start from theexposed menu.
Karen Dailey ● Technology Integration Specialist ● Cabell County Schools ●November 2007Adapted from Sara Barraclough’s VWB training
 
Intelliboard 1.3 Guide to Creating Lessons
Prompt for Save
Now that you have opened your VWB program, it is time to start designing your dynamic,interactive lessons! The following are a series of functions that you may wish to utilize in creatingyour session. You may not need to access all of the functions described, but you may wish to keepthis handout as a reference.Before you begin, you will want to make sure that your settings require a prompt before saving.Otherwise, each time you use the lesson in your classroom, all of the changes that the studentshave made will remain on your slides! You don’t want that to happen! As you continue to createyour lesson, you can save the changes that you have made by clicking “Yes” when prompted uponexit.First, click on the Format option to reveal “Options.” Click to open this window.Once the Options window is displayed, you need to set the default to “Prompt for Save.” Click toselect1) Prompt for Save, and 2) Set as Default.This is also where you can change the background of your workspace to open with lines, grids, etc. If you wish to set anyof these as your default, you simply choose “Set as Default.”For example, if you wish to always open your workspace withruled lines, you can set this as your default!From here, you may also set the Print options.Simply click on the “Print” tab to expose these settings.Enable or disable background printing, choose the print quality,etc.
Karen Dailey ● Technology Integration Specialist ● Cabell County Schools ●November 2007Adapted from Sara Barraclough’s VWB training
 
Intelliboard 1.3 Guide to Creating Lessons
Toolbar Functions
As you run your mouse across the buttons in the VWB toolbar, they describe each function. Inorder to access the functions, you must click the button, checking to make sure that it appears tobe depressed. Notice that the pencil tool is “depressed” in the image shown here.1. Open File2. Print (Automatic Print)3. Thumbnail Viewer 4. Cut5. Copy6. Paste
Drawing Tools:
11. Straight Line12. Arrow (New for 1.3!)13. Rectangle14. Square15. Circle16. Triangle (New!)
Karen Dailey ● Technology Integration Specialist ● Cabell County Schools ●November 2007Adapted from Sara Barraclough’s VWB training
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18. Undo (Last Action)19. Redo (Last Action)20. Back to Previous Slide21. Forward One Slide(Or New Slide)
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7. Select (Object)8. Resize9. Rotate10. Select (Area)
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