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    Below you'll find paper tutorials to help you get started with some of the commonly used digital tools at LRMS. Feel free to use these for yourself or as student handouts.

     Tool Name - Click for Paper Tutorial


     Video Tutorial

    123-D Catch (Autodesk)

    Take a series of photos of a subject and turn them into a 3-D object


     Mobile device app used to create augmented reality


     Backup Files/Folders/Favorites

    Instructions for backing up your information in case something happens to your computer

     Not available

     Canvas - Simple Quick-Start Guide


     Video tutorials available at:

     Educreations iPad and Web app

     Virtual whiteboard presentation recorder

     Epson Powerlite 98(H) Projector

     Learn to use the wireless features of this specific projector

     Not available

     Google Apps Overview: Google Drive & Google Docs

     Learn what Google Drive is and how to create a word processed document with Google Docs

     Google Forms
     Collect information from visitors

     Google Calendar
     Create an infinite number of calendars to keep track of your days

     Experience virtual reality type situations using a Cardboard viewer and a mobile device

     Google Classroom  
     Intro to the learning management system (LMS)

     Google Hangouts
     Learn how to video-call (or video conference) with others

     Google Sites
     Create websites with ease
     Not available
     Google Slides
     Alternative to Powerpoint for slideshow creation

     iMovie for iPad app
     Available only on select school iPads

     iPad Introduction
     Learn the basic features of iPads
     Not available
     Kahoot (paper tutorial not available)     
     Collect feedback from audience members - great for formative assessment

     Padlet  Collaboration tool, great for brainstorming, sharing information with others through multimedia

     Plickers Mobile Device App
     Very simple audience response collection. Requires only a teacher device, no student devices needed. Great for formative assessment.

     Printer Identification (on school computers)
     Identify which printer(s) are installed on a school computer using these directions
     Not Available
     Reflector 2
     Allows you to wirelessly show (mirror) mobile devices on your teacher laptop screen (which is likely attached to a projector)
     Not Available
     Socrative  Audience response system, also accessible through Mastery Connect

     Sketchup 2014 (Trimble)
     Design 3-D objects

     SMART Board Setup
     Quick directions about how to install SMART Notebook software on your teacher laptop
     Not Available
     Stoodle (paper tutorial not available)
     Web-based Collaboration tool

     Stop Motion Studio iPad App
     Create stop-motion animated videos
     Not Available
     Voicethread  Permits media-rich discussions and collaboration 
     Tutorial Video Playlist
     YouTube Capture iPad App
     Simple video editing on iPad
     Not Available


    Additional Video Learning

    Introduction to Using Technology for Instruction: