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2 SMART Board Interactive Whiteboard Basics The SMART Board interactive whiteboard 600 and 800 series is touch sensitive and operates as part of a system that includes a computer and a projector. The computer sends an image of an application to the projector. The projector casts the image onto the interactive whiteboard. The interactive whiteboard acts as both the monitor and input device, allowing you to control any application by touching the screen. It may help you to think of your interactive whiteboard the same way you think of your mouse or keyboard. It is an input device that enables you to control applications on your computer. Setup instructions depend on the model of SMART Board interactive whiteboard. The SMART Board 6065 interactive flat panel features SMART proprietary DVIT (Digital Vision Touch) technology and combines a premium touch experience with collaborative software, 4K ultra-high definition resolution, and a shadow free display. You can use an interactive whiteboard instead of flip charts, whiteboards, overhead projectors and chalkboards: Use SMART Notebook software and SMART Board tools to create, save and reuse engaging learning materials Integrate audio, video and the Internet into your lessons Encourage collaboration and interaction SMART Board Basics Revised Jan
3 Getting started with the SMART Board Interactive Whiteboard This section provides an overview of the information you need to begin using a SMART Board interactive whiteboard. Before you begin, make sure the appropriate SMART Board software has been loaded on your computer. For more information, refer to your SMART Board User s Guide. 1. Ensure the interactive whiteboard and projector is connected to the computer. 2. Turn on the projector, then the computer. The interactive whiteboard draws power from the computer and will be activated automatically. The Ready Light, indicating the status of your interactive whiteboard, will be red while the SMART Board and the computer are establishing communication. 600 Series NOTE: Depending on the model of the SMART Board interactive whiteboard you are using, the Ready Light is either located on the right side of the SMART Pen Tray or the lower-right of the frame bezel. 800 Series 3. Log on, if required, using the computer keyboard. When the Ready Light on the pen tray turns green, the computer and the interactive whiteboard have established communication. The SMART Board is now touch sensitive, and you can open any application available on the connected computer. SMART Board Basics Revised Jan
4 NOTE: After you turn on your computer, the Ready light is red while the SMART Board interactive whiteboard and the computer establish communication Series Cameras and reflective tape channel In the corners of the screen there are cameras that track finger and pen positions across the screen. Te screen is bordered by a channel that contains reflective tape. Speakers You integrated flat panel contains two 10W integrated front firing speakers. You can conect external speakers if you wish to do so. Pens and Erasers Your interactive flat panel coes with two pens and eraser attached. SMART Board Basics Revised Jan
5 Simply walk up and begin using the display. The SMART Board detects if you re using a finger, pen or eraser, saving the time and confusion spent on having to manually change modes. SMART s first display with pen ID, you can write in differently colored ink with the pens, simultaneously, so you re not locked into the choice of your partner Testing Basic Functionality on the Microsoft Windows Operating System It s a good idea to test the basic functionality of your interactive whiteboard to ensure all the applications you will be using to deliver your lesson or presentation are working properly. If your cursor appears a few inches away from your touch, orient the interactive whiteboard. Orientating the SMART Board Interactive Whiteboard In order to maintain accuracy it is necessary to orient the SMART Board. Orienting the SMART Board interactive whiteboard tells the computer where the image is projected on the interactive whiteboard. Complete this process in any of the following situations: When you set up the interactive whiteboard When you have moved the interactive whiteboard or the projector When the interactive whiteboard does not interpret your touch accurately To orient a SMART Board 600 series interactive whiteboard 1. Press and hold the On-Screen Keyboard button and the Right-Click button simultaneously until the Orientation screen appears 2. Begin at the upper-left corner of the Orientation screen. Press your finger or pen tool firmly on the center of each cross in the order indicated by the white, diamond-shaped graphic. SMART Board Basics Revised Jan
6 NOTE: The point is registered when you remove your finger, not when you first touch the Orientation screen. TIP: If you are not satisfied with the precision of a particular orientation point while orienting, press one of the pen-tray buttons or the left arrow key on your keyboard to redo the previous orientation point. Orientation for 6065 Series To orient the interactive flat panel 1. Open SMART Settings 2. Press Orient 3. Press the red targets as they appear. Hold your finger or the tip of the pen at the center of each target, and then lift the pen or finger. When you lift the pen or finger, the target moves to the next orientation point. 4. Continue until you ve pressed all the targets. The orientation window closes. 5. If this doesn t correct inaccurate touch, calibrate your interactive flat panel. To calibrate the interactive flat panel 1. Open SMART settings SMART Board Basics Revised Jan
7 2. Press SMART Hardware Settings 3. If you have more than one SMART Product connected, select the interactive flat panel 4. Select advanced settings from drop-down list 5. Press calibrate The calibration screen appears. This can take a few moments. 6. Press the red target with the tip of an interactive flat panel pen. Hold tip at the center of the target until the target turns green, and then lift the pen. The target moves to the next location 7. Continue pressing targets until the second calibration screen and a grid appears. An example appears briefly to demonstrate how to draw across the screen to calibrate the interactive surface. 8. Use a pen to draw s spiral horizontally across the grid. As you draw the ink is blue. As you complete each square, the square becomes green. 9. When all the squares are green, a progress bar appears. When the progress bar is full, the interactive flat panel displays the message, calibration successful. 10. Orient your interactive flat panel SMART Board Basics Revised Jan
8 Changing the 600 and 800 Orientation Settings When working with applications that require greater precision, you might need to increase the detail of the orientation process. 1. Press the SMART Board icon in the Windows notification area, and then press SMART Settings in the menu 2. In the Control Panel window, press the SMART Hardware Settings button. The SMART Hardware Settings window opens. 1. Select Orientation/Alignment Settings from the drop-down menu 2. Select the desired number of points, and then press OK to apply the orientation and alignment settings. 3. In the SMART Settings window, press the Orient button to begin the orientation process To change the orientation level 1. Press the SMART Board icon in the notification area, and then select Control Panel. The control panel appears. SMART Board Basics Revised Jan
9 2. Press SMART Hardware Settings. The upper area of the control panel displays an image of the SMART product connected to the computer. 4. If your computer is connected to more than one SMART product, the upper area of the control panel displays an image of each SMART product. Press the image of the product whose settings you want to change. 5. Select Orientation/Alignment Settings in the list. 6. Select the orientation precision level you want. The Quick orientation uses 4 alignment points and is suitable for most purposes. You can perform a Quick orientation to re-orient the interactive product with minimal interruption. The Standard orientation uses 9 alignment points and provides a slightly higher level of accuracy. The Wide orientation uses 12 alignment points and is suitable for wide-screen products. The Fine orientation uses 20 alignment points. Note: Some orientation levels are not available on some SMART products. 7. Press OK to close the control panel. SMART Board Basics Revised Jan
10 Starting SMART Notebook 14 Start SMART Notebook software by double-clicking the SMART Notebook 14 icon on the desktop. When you start SMART Notebook software the first time, a tutorial file opens automatically. You can read the contents of this file to learn more about the software and the new features in the latest release. When you re done, select File > New to create a new, blank file. Note: When you start the software subsequent times, a new, blank file opens automatically. To open the tutorial file, select Help > Tutorial. Navigating the User Interface The SMART Notebook software user interface consists of the following components: Menu Toolbar Tabs (Page Sorter, Gallery, Attachments, Properties, Add-ons and SMART Response) Page area Menu The menu contains all the commands you can use to manipulate files and objects in SMART Notebook software. Toolbar The toolbar enables you to select and use a variety of commands. The buttons on the toolbar are organized in panels. SMART Board Basics Revised Jan
11 Actions panel The Actions panel of the toolbar includes buttons that enable you to browse and make changes to.notebook files: Plug-ins panel If you install SMART Notebook Tools such as SMART Notebook Math Tools and SMART Response software, an additional panel appears to the right of the Actions panel: Tools panel The Tools panel includes buttons that enable you to create and work with basic objects on pages: Contextual panel When you select one of the buttons in the Tools panel, additional buttons appear. For example, if you select Pens, the following additional buttons appear: Press the Pen Types button to select a pen type and then press one of the line type buttons to write or draw digital ink in that line type. You can customize a selected line type using the options in the Properties tab and then save your changes for future use The three property selectors beside the line type buttons enable you to set the color, thickness, style and transparency of digital ink. If you click any of the other buttons in the Tools panel, similar sets of additional buttons appear. SMART Board Basics Revised Jan
12 Customizing the toolbar You can add, remove and change the position of buttons on the toolbar by pressing Customize the toolbar. By default, the toolbar appears at the top of the SMART Notebook software window. However, you can move it to the bottom of the window by pressing Move toolbar to top/bottom of window. This is useful in situations where you or your students can t reach the toolbar when it s at the top of the window. Page Sorter The Page Sorter displays all of the pages in the open file as thumbnails and automatically updates these thumbnails as you change the contents of the pages. Using the Page Sorter, you can do the following: Display pages Create pages Clone pages Clear pages Delete pages Rename pages Rearrange pages Move objects from one page to another Group pages Opening the Page Sorter To open the Page Sorter, press Page Sorter. Customizing the Page Sorter You can move the Page Sorter from one side of the SMART Notebook software window to the other by pressing Move Sidebar. You can resize the Page Sorter by dragging its border left or right. You can also hide the Page Sorter when you re not using it by selecting the Auto-hide check box. (To display the Page Sorter when it s hidden, press Page Sorter.) N O T E: If you reduce the Page Sorter to its minimum size, the auto-hide feature turns on automatically. SMART Board Basics Revised Jan
13 Gallery tab The Gallery tab contains clip art, backgrounds, multimedia content, files and pages that you can use in your lessons, and displays preview images of this content. The Gallery tab also provides access to other online resources. For more information, You can also include your own content and content from other teachers in your school in the Gallery Tab. Opening the Gallery tab To open the Gallery tab, press Gallery. Customizing the Gallery tab You can move the Gallery tab from one side of the SMART Notebook software window to the other by pressing Move Sidebar. You can resize the Gallery tab by dragging its border left or right. You can also hide the Gallery tab when you re not using it by selecting the Auto-hide check box. (To display the Gallery tab when it s hidden, press Gallery.) N O T E: If you reduce the Gallery tab to its minimum size, the auto-hide feature turns on automatically. Attachments tab The Attachments tab displays the files and web pages attached to the current file. Opening the Attachments tab To open the Attachments tab, press Attachments. Customizing the Attachments tab You can move the Attachments tab from one side of the SMART Notebook software window to the other by pressing Move Sidebar. You can resize the Attachments tab by dragging its border left or right. You can also hide the Attachments tab when you re not using it by selecting the Auto-hide check box. (To display the Attachments tab when it s hidden, press Attachments.) N O T E: If you reduce the Attachments tab to its minimum size, the auto-hide feature turns on automatically. SMART Board Basics Revised Jan
14 Properties tab The Properties tab enables you to format objects on a page, including digital ink, shapes, lines, text and tables. Depending on the object you select, you can change the following: The color, thickness and style of lines The transparency and fill effects of objects The font type, size and style of text The animation of objects The Properties tab displays only the options that are available for the object you select. For more information on displaying and setting object properties in the Properties tab. The Properties tab also includes a Page Recording button. You can use this feature to record your actions on the current page. Opening the Properties tab To open the Properties tab, press Properties. Customizing the Properties tab You can move the Properties tab from one side of the SMART Notebook software window to the other by pressing Move Sidebar. You can resize the Properties tab by dragging its border left or right. You can also hide the Properties tab when you re not using it by selecting the Auto-hide check box. (To display the Properties tab when it s hidden, press Properties.) N O T E: If you reduce the Properties tab to its minimum size, the auto-hide feature turns on automatically. Add-ons tab The Add-ons tab enables you to work with SMART Notebook software add-ons, including the Activity Builder Opening the Add-ons tab To open the Add-ons tab, press Add-ons. Customizing the Add-ons tab You can move the Add-ons tab from one side of the SMART Notebook software window to the other by pressing Move Sidebar. SMART Board Basics Revised Jan
15 You can resize the Add-ons tab by dragging its border left or right. You can also hide the Add-ons tab when you re not using it by selecting the Auto-hide check box. (To display the Add-ons tab when it s hidden, press Properties.) N O T E: If you reduce the Add-ons tab to its minimum size, the auto-hide feature turns on automatically. SMART Response tab The SMART Response tab is part of SMART Response software and is available only if you have SMART Response software installed. Page area The page area displays the contents of a selected page in a file. This is the area of the page where you create and work with objects. Viewing Tool Change Notifications If your SMART product has tool Recognition enabled, SMART Notebook software displays tool change notifications when you select a new hardware tool or change a tool s settings. Pens, the eraser and the mouse are all hardware tools. You can also view tool change notifications when you touch the display with your finger. SMART Board Basics Revised Jan
16 To view tool change notifications Using a hardware tool or your finger, press the toolbar to select tool settings. A status bar appears under the toolbar and shows the active tool and settings. The status bar updates each time that you select another tool or setting. Undoing and redoing actions When you make changes to a file you can reverse the effects of your previous actions and commands. To reverse the effect of the last action Press undo To reinstate the last action reversed with the undo command Press redo SMART Board Basics Revised Jan
17 Creating and Working with Basic Content A.notebook file consists of one or more pages. You can use the Page Sorter to view thumbnails of all pages in the open.notebook file and select specific pages to display. In addition, you can create new pages, clear or delete existing pages and complete other tasks. Pages contain objects. Objects are the building blocks of content in SMART Notebook software. Basic types of objects include the following: In addition to these basic types of objects, you can insert pictures, Adobe Flash Player compatible files, Adobe Flash Player compatible video files, sound files, Internet content and widgets in your.notebook files. This content can come from your own resources, from the Gallery or from the SMART Exchange website. You can manipulate any object in your.notebook files using a common set of tasks which we will learn more about later in the course. After setting up content in a.notebook file, you can present that content to your students using the SMART Interactive whiteboard. SMART Board Basics Revised Jan
18 Your Finger Is Your Mouse You can control applications on your computer from the interactive whiteboard. A press with your finger on a SMART Board interactive whiteboard is the same as a click with your mouse. You open an application the same way you do on your desktop computer, but instead of using your mouse to select and open files, just press or double-press the application icon with your finger. Note: Orienting the interactive whiteboard will ensure the cursor is aligned with your finger press. Using Touch Gestures Touch technology When you use SMART Board interactive whiteboards, you can perform touch and multitouch gestures on the interactive surface to control software applications. SMART Board 800 series interactive whiteboard Two people can work together anywhere on the interactive surface. SMART Board D600 series interactive whiteboard Two people can work together on separate sides of the interactive surface when using SMART Notebook collaborative learning software s dual-user mode. SMART Board Basics Revised Jan
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20 1. Using your finger, double-press on the Internet browser icon (e.g., Internet Explorer) to launch the Internet. 2. Press the On-Screen Keyboard button on the SMART Pen Tray. SMART Board Basics Revised Jan
21 3. Using the On-Screen Keyboard, type NOTE: The On-Screen Keyboard is a single point of contact; touch-typing or keystroke combinations are not possible. Press the Go button beside your Internet browser s address bar. GO Using the Pen Tools in Pen Tray The SMART 600 and 800 Series Pen Trays On a SMART Board 600 series interactive whiteboard, the SMART Pen Tray consists of four color-coded slots for pen tools and one slot for the eraser. Each slot has an optical sensor to identify when the pen tools and eraser have been picked up. You can write with the pen tool or with your finger, as long as the pen slot is empty. TIP: When using a SMART Board 600 series interactive whiteboard, if someone accidentally takes a pen tool or the eraser home, simply cover the optical sensor with a pen lid or a sticky note to continue using your interactive whiteboard until the tool is returned. In a SMART Board 800 series interactive whiteboard, the SMART Pen Tray consists of two pen tool slots, four pen color buttons and one slot for the eraser SMART Board Basics Revised Jan
22 The SMART Board 800 series interactive whiteboard uses DViT (Digital Vision Touch) technology. DViT technology uses four digital cameras to track an object that touches the interactive surface and assign it as a pen, finger, or eraser. The 600 and 800 Series Pen Tray Buttons The pen tray has at least two pen tray buttons. One button launches the On-Screen Keyboard. The second button makes your next touch on the interactive whiteboard a right click. Some interactive whiteboards have a third button which is used to access the Help Center. The Pen Tools Writing with the pen tools is an intuitive way to interact with the surface of the SMART Board interactive whiteboard. Pick up a pen tool from the pen tray and write on the interactive surface. To erase your digital ink, remove the eraser from the pen tray and move it in a smooth motion over your notes. Your notes will disappear. TIP: To clear a large area of digital ink, draw a circle around the area you want to erase with the eraser and tap once inside that area. All handwritten notes inside that circle will disappear. Front Control Panel of the 6065 Series Menu Control Panel You can navigate the on-screen display with the menu control panel located on the left of your interactive flat panel. SMART Board Basics Revised Jan
23 Using Pen ID on the 6065 The SMART Board interactive panel has pen ID. Pen ID allows you to change the settings for each pen independently. The black pen defaults to black ink and the red pen defaults to red ink. Changing the pen settings You can change your pen settings, including line size and fill effects. To change the pen settings 1. Open the SMART Ink toolbar or the SMART Notebook Pens toolbar 2. Using your pen, change the pen settings Restoring pen to default settings You can restore the pens to their default pen settings by returning them to the pen tray Erasing the interactive flat panel use the erasers on the back of the pen use the erasing gesture(the palm or the fist) use the software eraser tool SMART Board Basics Revised Jan
24 SMART s Support site SMART s support site offers a variety of product support options. Visit SMART s support site to download software, find installation and user guides, how-to and troubleshooting articles, solutions for your SMART product and answers to your questions. You can also use SMART support site to contact technical support and to register your SMART product. The SMART Exchange Website The SMART Exchange is a website where educators can share resources and ideas with other educators worldwide. It is where you ll find the following resources: Free learning resources SMART Notebook software lesson activities Professional development programs Advice Visit for more information. SMART Board Basics Revised Jan
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