ANNOTATE

Chapter 9

TEACHING WITH A DOCUMENT CAMERA

Ms. Kostant provides an example about how to annotate using a document camera.

ANNOTATING AN INTERACTIVE HANDOUT 

Harvard professor Teddy Svoronos uses a tablet to annotate in an interactive handout.

ANNOTATING A POWERPOINT OR KEYNOTE BY HAND

Harvard professor Teddy Svoronos shares how he uses a tablet to annotate.

USING TECHNOLOGY IN SYNCHRONOUS AND ASYNCHRONOUS CLASSES

Steve Miller from Williams College explains his use of technology to teach synchronous and asynchronous classes.

LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGES SHARE PRACTICAL TIPS

This webinar organized by LACOL shares hands-on practices by five experienced liberal arts teachers from Vassar College, Williams College, Swarthmore College, Washington and Lee University.

OPTIONS FOR DOCUMENT CAMERAS

If you plan to annotate using a document camera, there are many options in the marketplace. Two key features are: resolution and size (it needs to fit on your desk). Elmo USA is one of the options.

iDocCam APP TO USE SMARTPHONE AS DOCUMENT CAMERA

In May 2020, Zoom enabled virtual camera support, which allows you to use a smartphone as a document camera. There are several options in the marketplace and iDocCam is one of them.

 

Copyright © 2020 Dan Levy.

Written by Dan Levy.

 

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