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Tutorial Intelliboard Creating Interactive Lessons

Tutorial Intelliboard Creating Interactive Lessons

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Intelliboard 1.3 Guide to Creating Lessons
Using Snapshot Tool
When you find a picture or clipart:
Left click on
IPM Softkey driver 
(found in lower right hand corner of system tray)
Click on
Softkey Editor…
 
A menu will pop up
Scroll down to Softkey 15 (snapshot)
Move menu out of the way of what you want to copy
Click on the
Run
button for Softkey 15 (snapshot)
A dotted square will appear 
Drag the dotted square over what you want tocopy
You may have to resize the square by clicking anddragging
Once you release the click a snapshot will betaken.
Close the IPM Softkey Editor menu
Launch Virtual WhiteBoard…
Click on Insert. Click on Image Library to get pop-up box that needs to have thepath directed to snapshot files.
(i.e.C:\, Program Files, Intelliboard, Lesson Plan Resources, Snapshot files)
Notice snapshots are saved as a date and number 
Double click to open the last snapshot to get apop-up of the Image Viewer 
Click and drag the image you want on to VWB
Close the Image Viewer and the ImageLibrary PathKaren Dailey ● Technology Integration Specialist ● Cabell County SchoolsNovember 2007
 
 
Intelliboard 1.3 Guide to Creating Lessons
To rename the picture so you can find it again
Go to Start
a.
Click on My Computer b.Click on the folders button to see all the files inthe left panec.Click on the “IBM Preload C” drived.Click on Program Filese.Click on Intelliboardf.Click on Lesson Plan Resourcesg.Click on Snapshots and in the right pane you willfind all the snapshots you have taken
Right click on the snapshot to get dialog box
Click on Rename which will highlight the box under the picture
Type in the name you want
Close
Inserting Clip Art into VWB lessons
Launch VWB
1.
Click on
Insert
2.
Click on
Image Library
to get floating menumaking sure Image Library Path in left pane isa.C:\b.Program Filesc.Intelliboardd.Lesson Plan Resourcese.Snapshots
3.
Select Picture on right pane4.Click OK to get floating menu with all pictures tochoose from
5.
Drag picture to its place on the VWB
Resizing Pictures
1.
Click on
Resize
button2.Select Picture3.Click and drag on green dots to resize picture4.Click outside picture when finished
Moving Objects (images or text)
1.
Click on
Select
button2.Select Object (a dotted box will appear around object)Karen Dailey ● Technology Integration Specialist ● Cabell County SchoolsNovember 2007
 
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Intelliboard 1.3 Guide to Creating Lessons
3.Click and drag to its place4.Click outside object when finished
Inserting Text
1.Start Typing2.Click outside of textbox
3.
Click on the
Select
button4.Select the text (a dotted box will appear around text)5.Click and drag to its place
Changing Text Color 
1.
Click on
Select
button
2.
Select
Text (
a dotted box will appear)
3.
Right Click
inside of textbox
 
4.
Select
Current Color 
5.
Choose Color, click
OK
Changing Background Color 
1.
Click on
Format
2.
Click on
Options
3.
Click on
Page Color 
4.Select Colo
5.
Click
OK
,
OK
Ways for students to manipulate VWB lessons
Write
Draw
Select and drag
Highlight
Color 
How to Write and Draw
Select
Annotation Pen
It defaults to black so you can then select color you need.
 
How to Highlight
1.
Select
 Yellow Highlighter 
button2.Click and drag over what needs highlighted
How to Color 
1.
Select the
 Yellow Highlighter 
button
2.
Select the
More Colors
button3.Choose the colo
4.
Click
OK
5.Click and drag to color objectKaren Dailey ● Technology Integration Specialist ● Cabell County SchoolsNovember 2007

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