- Click on "Images" from the floating menu
- Click on "Upload"
- Click on "My Computer"
- Double Click on "Grade 3 on 'grymes-server1\public\students' (S:)"
- Double Click on "Jamestown Photos" folder
- Click on "Views icon"and "thumbnail" to see thumbnails of the photos
Today we are going to start on our Jamestown glogsters. You can get to Glogster by going to: http://edu.glogster.com/ or clicking here:
You should create a new poster. You can add photos by using "Upload". You can access the photos by:
We started the class by reviewing some basic concepts to ensure all students understand why they do, what they do on the computer. We also reviewed how to make a window "full screen" and how to adjust the volume for their headphones. Then they continued to create a personal Glog which is an online poster. This is in preparation for next week when the students will use Glogster to create an online poster of their field trip to Jamestown.
Web Browser Tabs and Windows
Web browsers let you have multiple tabs and windows open so you can surf and view multiple websites at the same time. It's kind of like having your notebook and multiple books open on your desk at the same time. You can access any of them without losing your place.
Mouse - Right Clicking
When you "right click" on an something with your mouse, it displays a list of things you can do with the item. This changes based on what you are right clicking on. You right click using your middle finger.
Introduction to the Internet
We talked about the Internet and how it is made up of millions of computers, located all around the world. That is why you can access the same application or information on the Internet from home or school. You just have to know the address of the site, also called the URL.
Glogster - Inserting an Image using a URL
You can include an image from the Internet by entering the URL of an image somewhere on the Internet. To do this, you need to: