The following Internet
sites will help you with troubleshooting and problem solving.
What a site... You can learn how to download from the Internet, save audio
and video clips, scan an image, use HyperStudio or Kid Pix and integrate
technology lessons. This is one stop surfing for getting help
maximizing your use of equipment, software and the web.
NoWonder Help is available for the
asking! Real experts are online waiting to answer any technology related
question you may have. Simply type in your problem and you can
communicate directly with a tech wizard. The Charter school tech
coordinator loves this site and utilizes the support services regularly.
Technicians can answer basic questions or help you fix complicated
networking nightmares. This is a free service, staffed by well-trained
Space has great tutorials including the following: HTML For
Educators, Front Page, Hyperstudio, Claris Home Page, QuickTime,
Databases, Kid Pix, Using Netscape and the Internet.
Techie Tips includes step-by-step
instructions for using a digital camera and scanner.
the Classroom is an entertaining slide presentation that
teaches adults or children how to make a PowerPoint
Scholastic Reading Counts! or call
Space has tutuorials for many titles.
The Waterford Reading Program: Call
homepages for major software companies usually have tutorials as well.