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Ladibug Document CameraKristi BellDeborah TrujilloInstructional Technology Duncanville ISD F2FDvilleFace to Face
Log into Eduphoria Workshop http://eduphoria.duncanvilleisd.org/ Click My Portfolio in left column.Expand current year.Choose this workshop.Click Instructor Notes.Double click the attached presentation.
Download the presentationTodays ObjectivesLearn how to connect the doc cam to get best resolution.
Explore the features of the camera.
Gain ideas on integrating the doc cam into the classroom.4
1 Document camera1 Red Lumens bag2 HDMI cables1 USB cable1 VGA cable3 Microscope attachments1 Remote with lanyard1 Remote holderEquipment ReceivedBe prepared to turn in all items at the end of the year.Total Cost $466.00Connections
PowerVGA Out to ProjectorUSB Out to ComputerVGA In from the Computer
On bottom of document camera change theDIP Switch settings:1 = down2 = up3 = down4 = downVGA from document camera to projector: Plug into VGA In on the projector or the VGA connection on the wall plate.6
ConnectionsVGA to Document CameraUSB from Document Camera to ComputerVGA cable: Plug one end into the VGA port on laptop, the other end into the VGA In port on the document camera.7Two Options for Use
#1 Operate the document camera independent of the computer.
#2 Operate the document camera using Ladibug software.
Press SOURCE button on document camera or on remote.This presentation shows how to operate the document camera from within the software on the computer.8Select a Directory
1. Click DIRECTORY in left menu.
2. Navigate where you wish to store captured photos/videos.Stores in My Documents > Ladibug 2.0 folder unless user chooses a different location.Button Functions
1. Click CAPTURE button to take a still image.
2. If buttons are grayed out, select the PREVIEW button.Capture an Image
Capture buttonPress Preview button to return to full menu.1. Click RECORD button to record a video.
2. If buttons are grayed out, select the RECORD button again.Record a Video
Record buttonAfter recording, press Record button again to return to full menu.
Lesson IdeasProject on whiteboard. Student use dry erase marker to fill in answers and annotations.
Use time-lapse to record changes during an experiment.
Share live animals.
Record lessons in advance for use in a learning center or a flipped classroom.
Use Zoom to enlarge information for visually impaired.
Skype can be installed from Dville apps.13Lesson IdeasCreate and archive lessons and post them online. *Be mindful of copyright when posting annotated worksheets online.
Create documentary footage of discussions.
Turn the doc cam up to use as a web cam to record student-created speeches, foreign languages, etc. *Be mindful of student photo/video releases.
Create stop-motion animation using time-lapse photography.
Teachers have reported bending the doc cam up to shine on the class and recording the class while they stepped into the hallway momentarily.14Connect to a Microscope
Using independently No computer.Using Ladibug software.We knowHow to connect the doc cam to get best resolution.
The features of the camera.
Ideas on integrating the doc cam into the classroom.Reflection: Table talk about things you want to try this year based on this session.17Before You Leave
Please, take a moment to fill out a survey about this training.Training Title: Doc Camhttps://docs.google.com/forms/d/1P-AxFsMhGTrB1diNYk5SCFVR3I4q_y7-_J55t10Nluk/viewform Reflection: Table talk about things you want to try this year based on this session.18