T24T Issue 12 - 01.30.17 Gmail Split Screen Take 2, Accessing the PLC Folder on iPad, Printing on Less Pages in Adobe Acrobat, and Safari Reader View
I have 4 videos this week because one is a "redo". There was one thing that I was missing in last week's Gmail Split Screen that caused some people not to see this as an option. Therefore, I fixed my omission and wanted to share the new version with you. I also have 3 more new videos to help you Take 2 4 Tech. Have a great week!
Here is my "redo" of using Gmail's Split Screen. Use Split Screen to allow you split your gmail screen between incoming emails and the viewing of one specific email.
Teachers that are still having a hard time accessing the PLC folders on their iPad need to watch this video to learn how to easily access this important folder while on their iPad.
Do you want to print a PDF, but save paper? This video will show you how to print multiple pages to one sheet while using the Adobe Acrobat Reader on a computer.
Learn how to use Safari's Reader View on an iPad, iPhone, or MacBook to enhance your reading experience when reading articles. This video is helpful for both staff and students to learn how to take the clutter away from an article as well as reformatting the background, font, and size of text.
Use the gmail split screen (horizontal or vertical) to better manage your gmail on an internet browser. This video will show you how to set this up and modify if necessary.
Dropbox can be a valuable tool for storing and sharing files. Dropbox for iPad has been updated. This video will walk student and teachers through the basics of how to use the iOS App, including how to view files offline (without wifi).
Gizmos on the iPad or computer are available to all Wayland Math & Science Teachers teaching grades 3 -12. These simulations are valuable tools that help engage students. Check out this video to see how Gizmos work. If you need help setting up Gizmos for your class, just schedule a time to meet with Cheryl to see how easy it can be at cherylwilson.youcanbook.me.
The 10th issue includes videos about utilizing your own Personal Assistant (Siri), Using Dictation in the Notes App, and Uploading Videos to YouTube and adding Closed Captioning.
Would you like a Personal Assistant? Siri may be just the tool you need. Siri can do things like setting and running a timer as well as adding reminders. Learn more about how Siri can help you save time.
The Dictation Feature in the Notes App can be a great tool for teachers and students. Learn how dictation can be made simple and easy on iPads and iPhones.
Uploading videos to YouTube can be easier than you think. I have recently changed to uploading my videos on YouTube for various reasons: