Sept. 14th, Free Online Promethean Tech Support Training

Amy Serrano of IMMEDIA shared this announcement with us about a different kind of Promethean training.  You will get deeper into how to use the tool, how to fix it, options you may not yet be aware of.  These may be archived, but consider dropping in to a session when you get a chance.  The announcement attached will link you to the registration pages.Session 1: Trouble Shooting ActivBoard and Projectors 7-9 am (10:00am EST – 12:00pm EST) RegisterThe ActivBoard (AC2 & AC3)

  • How it is built & works
  • How to clean the ActivBoard

The ActivManager

  • Understanding the role of ActivDriver and Firmware

Troubleshooting the ActivBoard

  • Proper Cabling
  • Interpreting the Flame Colors
  • “No Connection”
  • “Spiking”
  • Updating/Flashing the Firmware
  • Extended Cabling

Troubleshooting the Projectors

  • No Image
  • Working with the remote
  • Image does not fit

Session Two:  Interactive Tools and Learner Response Systems (LRS) RegisterInteractive Tools 

  • Activ Pens
  • AC2
  • AC3
  • Dual User
  • Activ Arena

Activ Wand

  • Wand
  • Wand 50
  • Dual User

ActivSlate

  • Slate
  • Slate 50
  • Slate 60 (?)

Learner Response Systems (LRS)ActiVotes

  • AC2
  • AC3
  • Registering the Votes
  • Troubleshooting

ActivExpressions

  • Registering the Expressions
  • Troubleshooting
  • Updating Firmware

ActivClassroom Peripherals

  • The ActiView
    • Setting it up
    • Troubleshooting
  • ActivTablet
    • Setting it up
    • Troubleshooting
  • ActivPanel
    • 15” vs. 21”
    • Setting it up
    • Troubleshooting
  • ActivSound
    • Types & Differences
      • 25
      • 75
      • 100
      • 200
      • 300
    • Setting it up
    • Troubleshooting
Amy SerranoIMMEDIA Audio Visual Solutions, LLC8321 E. Gelding Drive| Suite 100| Scottsdale, Arizona 85260|Cell (623) 414-1798|www.immediaavs.com

Comments

  1. Elisa Gilly

    Good Post. Better then the simillar post I found last Wednesday on Blogspot

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