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Re: [teacherartexchange] PowerPoint-writing during presentation tip

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From: Diane C. Gregory (dianegregory_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Sep 21 2005 - 16:52:51 PDT


Carolyn,

There is something called a Starboard that will do what you describe. I don't
remember the manufacturer. Perhaps you could do a Google search?

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Dr. Diane C. Gregory
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Studies in Art Education
Texas Woman's University
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Quoting croberts <croberts18@cox.net>:
>
> I'm familiar with these and they'd be nice...but very difficult to take with
> you and your laptop to do presentations.
> Carolyn
>
> What about a Smart Board???  I've never actually played with one, but I
> think they connect back to
> the computer and your marks on the board are shown on computer.  Maybe
> someone out there
> really knows about them.
>
> >>> croberts18@cox.net 09/21/05 12:16 PM >>>
> Thanks, Jeannette,
> I know we can use the "right click highlighter and pen"...but when you're
> using the "touch pad" on a lap top during a presentation, it's difficult to
> actually "write".
>
> I have a small Wacom drawing pad that I can connect to my laptop and use the
> pen to actually draw or write on the drawing pad, but I don't always have
> them when I need them.
>
> What I'd really like to have is maybe some kind of software that will allow
> you to use some kind of "pen or stylus" and use it right on the screen.
> There is so much new technology "out there" that it's difficult to keep up
> with all that's new.
>
> Carolyn Roberts
>
>
>
>
> This is in response to Carolyn's question. I do not have a stylus or
> anything to write with during my PowerPoint presentations, however, as I am
> showing a presentation, if I need to write something, or highlight
> something, I use my mouse. You need to "right click", and this will bring up
> a drop down menu. Here you have the option of selecting "highlighter, felt
> tip pen, or ball point pen". You can also change the "pen color". It's
> great, b/c it allows you to mark or circle things during your presentation,
> and as you close out your program, it asks "do you want to save changes?" I
> click "no".
> Hope this helps!
>
>
> Thanks!
> Jeannette Smith Anthos
> Art Educator
> J. H. House Elementary School
> 2930 Hwy 20 North
> Conyers, GA 30012
> 770-483-9504
> Fax: 770-483-0397
> www.artsonia.com/jhhouse1
>
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