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SMART Technologies Training   Tags: electronic whiteboard, interactive whiteboard, smart board  

Information on using the SMART Board and SMART Notebook software
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SMART Technologies Training Program

The Education Library staff offers training on SMART Technologies for teacher education students of the College of Education (COE). Because all elementary Title I schools in Alachua County are outfitted with SMART Boards/peripherals, and many other classrooms are soon to follow, new teachers should be able to use them proficiently.

In an effort to prepare teacher education students, many of whom will eventually work for the county and state, this training to integrate the SMART tools successfully into the curriculum needs to begin before they get to the classroom.

The Education Library supports and administers a program for training these essential technology skills, funded by the University of Florida Smathers Libraries mini-grant program.

Currently, this program is focused on teacher education students, but we would consider expanding it to other programs as requested. For further information, please contact Tiffany Baglier.

 

Now available in the Education Library: theSMARTBoard 800 series

From the SMARTClassroom on YouTube:  This is the version of the SMART Board available for your use in the Education Library Classroom and Group Study Room.

 

Academic Year 2013-2014 Schedule

If you would like to schedule a SMART Board Training session for your class or group, please contact 

Tiffany Baglier, tbaglier@ufl.edu

 

Upcoming SMART Board Training Sessions.

All sessions will be held in the Education Library Classroom, 1504 NRN Hall.

Fall 2013

  • SMART Basics, for SITE Graduate Students, Sept. 27, from 3:00-5:00pm
    in the Education Library Classroom, 1504 Norman Hall

 

 

Contact Tiffany Baglier if you would like to arrange a workshop for your class or group.

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