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2 End Show Your Tablet PC Congratulations on your new Tablet PC! Your tablet comes with –a stylus –an extended battery –a power adapter –a personal case Lets see how it works.

3 End Show Placing the Tablet in the Case Unzip and open your case.

4 End Show Placing the Tablet in the Case Place your tablet in the case.

5 End Show Placing the Tablet in the Case Push the release latch located on the front of the tablet to the right in order to open it.

6 End Show Placing the Tablet in the Case Secure the tablet under the case straps. The bottom of the tablet should be behind the black straps and the monitor tucked behind the plastic straps. You must keep the tablet in the case at all times.

7 End Show Placing the Tablet in the Case When you receive your stylus, tuck the tether in between the tablet and case so it is out of the way when you close and zip your case.

8 End Show Closing Your Tablet Please close your tablet and case.

9 End Show Opening Your Tablet PC Push the release latch to the right to open the tablet. Slide the silver power button to the right to turn on the tablet.

10 End Show Logging In The network login screen will appear. Wait about one minute before selecting OK. Type your username: S and 6 digit ID# –ex: S Type your password. You should have created a new password if you have already logged into a desktop computer this year (refer to next slide if you havent done so).

11 End Show Logging In If you havent changed your password: –Login to a desktop computer in your classroom Username: Capital S and 6 digit ID# (ex: S123456) Password: Lowercase s and 6 digit ID# (ex: s123456) –It will then prompt you to change your password After changing your password, wait 5 minutes and return to your tablet and log in.

12 End Show Important If you cannot log in, please let your teacher know. Your teacher will fill out a form and someone will be by to pick it up. ***Note – Please indicate the specific student issue on the Work Order Request Those students who cant log on may want to look on with a neighbor.

13 End Show Check Your Battery Your tablet is not fully charged. Once logged in you will be able to check your battery. Click on the battery icon in the notification area on the bottom right part of your screen. If you lose battery power during this period, a few students at a time can take turns plugging in to an outlet. You can also look onto a neighbors tablet to follow along.

14 End Show Going to Tablet Mode 1. Remove the plastic straps from the monitors corners. 2. Swivel the screen CLOCKWISE only.

15 End Show Turning the Tablet Screen Never try to force the screen in a particular direction. Forcing the screen could result in damaging the tablet monitor, which costs $703 to replace.

16 End Show Turning the Tablet Screen 1.Place the tablet screen back under the plastic straps. 2.Lay the screen down until it clicks and latches. 3.Remove the Velcro flap from the case.

17 End Show Turning the Tablet Screen 1.Carefully lift back the front flap. 2.Tuck it under the tablet. 3.You are now in tablet mode

18 End Show The Stylus Make sure that your stylus is connected by the tether at all times. If you end up breaking/losing your stylus it costs $20 to replace.

19 End Show Screen Orientation To change the orientation of the screen, press the button with your stylus or finger (there is an opening where the button is). You can change the display to portrait or landscape mode.

20 End Show Steps to closing your Tablet PC (when in Tablet mode) 1.Push the release latch to the right and lift monitor up. 2.Remove the plastic straps from the monitor.

21 End Show Steps to closing your Tablet PC 3.Swivel the screen counterclockwise until it sets in place. 4.Once the screen faces you, place the monitor corners back in the plastic straps.

22 End Show Steps to closing your Tablet PC 5.Shut the tablet until it closes and zip the case. Always make sure to zip the case so your tablet is secure. Not zipping your case could result in the tablet sliding out and being damaged.

23 End Show Charging Your Tablet Plug in your power adapter into the back of the tablet every night in order to have a fully-charged computer for the next school day.

24 End Show YOUR HOMEWORK EVERY NIGHT IS TO CHARGE YOUR TABLET!!

25 End Show New Information for the School Year

26 End Show Five Day Rule As soon as you know there is something wrong with your tablet, turn in a work order. You MUST turn in a work order within FIVE days of the accident or malfunction. Failure to do so may result in you having to pay for the repair. It is important to turn it in as soon as you know there is a problem.

27 End Show FIVE DAYS, Got it?

28 End Show New Work Order This year, after the first week, there will be no paper work order forms. All repair requests will be completed online. You can access the repair work order website while you are on campus. You will not be able to submit a work order from home.

29 End Show New Work Order You can turn in a work order on any computer – your tablet, the computers in the classroom, the library computers, etc. It does NOT have to be completed on your personal tablet. The Work Order Request (WOR) is an online form, so it does require an internet connection.

30 End Show Logging in to the WOR Links to WOR will be available in LMS and on StudentNet You will login using your Klein username & password s and 6 digit ID# –ex: s123456

31 End Show Setting Your Schedule The first time you login, it will ask you to enter your grade and your schedule. Please be as accurate as possible.

32 End Show Was it an Accident? Now you need to answer whether it was an accident or not.

33 End Show Describe Your Problem You will get different screens depending on whether it was an accident or not. Either way, please explain what happened and what is wrong with your tablet in detail. You must answer all questions in order to proceed. Click Save when done.

34 End Show Describe Your Problem Example of what you will need to complete.

35 End Show Submitted! After clicking save, you will get a message that you have successfully updated the form. Click OK. You will get a message that you have logged out of the Work Order Request System.

36 End Show What Next? Now, take your tablet to the repair center during the designated times on your campus. When you get there, the repair center secretary will make sure your form is complete. IF YOU HAVE NOT ANSWERED the questions APPROPRIATELY and COMPLETELY, you will be sent back to class to edit your work order.

37 End Show Editing Your Work Order You will log back into the online WOR system. Once logged in, you should see the work orders you have submitted. Click on the top one to edit it.

38 End Show Editing Your Work Order Go back and make sure your statement is complete. Click Save when you are finished.

39 End Show Complete Answers

40 End Show Examples of Complete Answers I accidentally dropped a textbook on my tablet while taking it out of my backpack. Left side of tablet is cracked and several keys flew off the tablet on impact. I accidentally knocked a cup over and it spilled on my tablet when I put my bag down in class. Tablet will not turn on anymore.

41 End Show My tablet fell off my desk when someone walked by and accidentally knocked it off. The hinge is loose and the screen wont stay up. I accidentally dropped my tablet in the hallway when bumped by a student running and now the screen flickers and the hinge is wobbly. Examples of Complete Answers

42 End Show Incomplete Answers

43 End Show Examples of Incomplete Answers Accidentally spilled Dr. Pepper on Tablet in commons. (didnt say what is wrong with tablet) Screen is cracked (didnt say how it happened or where it happened)

44 End Show Examples of Incomplete Answers Accidentally dropped on floor on way to class. (didnt say what is wrong with tablet) I dropped it. (didnt say what is wrong with tablet or where it happened)

45 End Show Student Responsibilities Return your Tablet PC fully charged everyday to school Carry your Tablet PC in the case at all times Do not loan your Tablet PC to anyone…this is YOUR learning tool You may not play games, load or download any software, music or pictures on the Tablet PC unless instructed by a teacher to do so Do not place food or liquids near your Tablet PC

46 End Show Student Responsibilities (cont.) No stickers, skins, or other adhesive objects to your Tablet PC Never leave your Tablet PC unattended in school or in a vehicle Tablet PCs are NOT to be used on Klein buses Backup all important documents or files to your N: Drive on a weekly basis. You cannot access this network drive from home, so keep all working files on your My Documents folder Take care of your tablet

47 End Show Student Responsibilities (cont.) It is your responsibility to bring your fully charged tablet to school everyday Your tablet MUST REMAIN in the tablet case at all times or it will be taken up

48 End Show Student Discipline (Minor) Below are listed some minor infractions and consequences Infractions Tablet not placed in tablet case Unauthorized programs (Limewire, Frostwire, Yod3m, etc.) Games, Movies Proxies Writing on case Letting other students use computer Leaving computer unattended Giving password to another student Off task in class (accessing Internet, playing games) Inappropriate websites Giving files to other students on flash drives Theft of stylus Theft of files Cheating on tests/quizzes using technology Chat sites Consequences $5 fee for unattended tablets or tablets without cases $15 reimaging fee Lunch Detention ISS

49 End Show Student Discipline (Major) Below is listed some major infractions and consequences Possession of pornography/Any content that is sexual in nature (Based on the severity of the offense, this consequence could range from ISS to expulsion.) A minimum of 3 days ISS for first time offense -- DAEP placement for subsequent infractions. Possible expulsion and/or criminal charges if determined to be child pornography. Distribution of pornography – DAEP placement Intentional damage to tablet Consult KISD police for cost and possible restitution and/or criminal charges to be filed. Could range from ISS to DAEP placement or possible expulsion. Access to violent websites, movies Depending on content, could range from ISS to DAEP placement

50 End Show Student Discipline (Major) Hacking into school databases/Hacking software DAEP placement or possible expulsion Obtaining personal information of staff/students with intent to do harm DAEP placement or possible expulsion Cyber-bullying Discipline based upon specificscould range from ISS to DAEP placement Home movies with inappropriate content (pornography, drug use, gang references) Could range from ISS to DAEP placement Pictures of fellow students (underage or inappropriate) Discipline/Criminal charges based upon specificscould range from ISS to DAEP or possible expulsion

51 End Show How Many Days? 5

52 End Show Set Send to OneNote 2007 as the default printer Complete these steps before you send something to OneNote for annotation or open a OneNote notebook. Step 1 Open the Printers and Faxes window from the Start Menu Step 2 Right click on Send to OneNote 2007 and choose Set as Default Printer Step 3 Verify Send to OneNote 2007 as the Default Printer. The small black circle with the white check mark indicates this. FOLLOW THESE STEPS NOW!!

53 End Show Saving Tablet Camp to Your Tablet PC Choose one of two options to save Tablet Camp to your tablet Option 1 (via Studentshare) 1. Open My Computer from the desktop 2. Select Studentshare (S:) 3. Open Campus_Klein Forest

54 End Show Saving Tablet Camp to Your Tablet PC Option 1 Continued 4. Go to CITS folder 5. Right-click on Tablet_Camp_2012.ppsx and select Send To … My Documents

55 End Show Saving Tablet Camp to Your Tablet PC Option 1 Continued 6. Close the CITS folder 7. Go to My Documents to locate saved file (Tablet_Camp_2012.ppsx) NOTE: You can delete last years Tablet_Camp_2011.pps (Right-click file name > select Delete)

56 End Show Saving Tablet Camp to Your Tablet PC Choose one of two options to save Tablet Camp to your tablet Option 2 (via LMS) 1.Login to Klein Forest LMS from StudentNet 2. Enter your Klein ISD username and password and click Log On 3. Go to Klein Forest Community Group

57 End Show Saving Tablet Camp to Your Tablet PC Option 2 Continued 4. In the nugget About This Course, click on the link for Tablet Camp Select the link for Tablet_Camp_2012.ppsx

58 End Show Saving Tablet Camp to Your Tablet PC Option 2 Continued 6. Click Save 7. Verify My Documents as the saving location 8. Select Save

59 End Show Saving Tablet Camp to Your Tablet PC Option 2 Continued 9. Go to My Documents to locate saved file (Tablet_Camp_2012.ppsx) NOTE: You can delete last years Tablet_Camp_2011.pps (Right-click file name > select Delete)

60 End Show Objective: Practice using your stylus by taking a Tablet PC Tour. Review the Tablet Specs in Journal.Purpose: We are going to take this time to get to know your tablet! You need to follow along closely as we go through this process. Get to Know Your Tablet Get to Know Your TabletNextGo Back

61 End Show This is the main text box Important text box Make sure to use a student log in for screen shots and when you copy them in send them to the back with your ordering. Invisible Hyperlink to next slide Delayed Hyperlink Next Get to Know Your Tablet Part I: Practice using your stylus by taking a Tablet PC Tour Get to Know Your TabletNextGo Back

62 End Show This is the main text box Important text box Make sure to use a student log in for screen shots and when you copy them in send them to the back with your ordering. Invisible Hyperlink to next slide Delayed Hyperlink Next 1. Open Tablet PC Tour. Take the Get Going with Tablet PC Tour You can find this at Start > Programs >Get Going with Tablet PC Get to Know Your TabletNextGo Back

63 End Show This is the main text box Important text box Make sure to use a student log in for screen shots and when you copy them in send them to the back with your ordering. Invisible Hyperlink to next slide Delayed Hyperlink Next 2. Take the Tablet PC Tour. Use your stylus to walk you through the tour. It should take you about 5 minutes. Make sure to read each step. Get to Know Your TabletNextGo Back Get to Know Your TabletNext Go Back

64 End Show Part II: Review the Tablet Specs in Journal This is the main text box Important text box Make sure to use a student log in for screen shots and when you copy them in send them to the back with your ordering. Invisible Hyperlink to next slide Delayed Hyperlink Next Get to Know Your Tablet NextGo Back

65 End Show 1. Open My Documents from your desktop. This is the main text box Important text box Make sure to use a student log in for screen shots and when you copy them in send them to the back with your ordering. Invisible Hyperlink to next slide Delayed Hyperlink Next Get to Know Your TabletNextGo Back 1.Open My Documents from your desktop. 2.Open Tablet Spec Sheets folder. Get to Know Your Tablet

66 End Show 1. Open My Documents from your desktop. This is the main text box Important text box Make sure to use a student log in for screen shots and when you copy them in send them to the back with your ordering. Invisible Hyperlink to next slide Delayed Hyperlink Next This document will open in Windows Journal. Read over the specs. There are two pages. Get to Know Your TabletNextGo Back Get to Know Your Tablet 3. Select the Forest Tablet Spec Sheet.

67 End Show This is the main text box Important text box Make sure to use a student log in for screen shots and when you copy them in send them to the back with your ordering. Invisible Hyperlink to next slide Delayed Hyperlink Next Using the stylus, review the Tablet Spec Sheet. Take a few minutes to explore the pen tool with different colors, as well as the highlighters. (If your pen tools are not displayed, go to View > Toolbars > Pen) 4. Practice using the stylus. Get to Know Your TabletNextGo Back Get to Know Your Tablet 4. Practice using the stylus.

68 End Show Circle the Power On/Off Switch with a red pen. Highlight the wireless on/off button yellow. Find your microphone and circle it with a blue pen. Highlight the volume button green. This is the main text box Important text box Make sure to use a student log in for screen shots and when you copy them in send them to the back with your ordering. Invisible Hyperlink to next slide Delayed Hyperlink Next Get to Know Your TabletNextGo Back Get to Know Your Tablet 5. Practice.

69 End Show 6. Good job! This is the main text box Important text box Make sure to use a student log in for screen shots and when you copy them in send them to the back with your ordering. Invisible Hyperlink to next slide Delayed Hyperlink Next When you finish practicing in Journal, you can close out of the program. You do not need to save any changes. You have completed the Get to Know Your Tablet PowerPoint. Get to Know Your TabletNextGo Back Get to Know Your Tablet

70 End Show Objective: Begin Tablet Camp 2012, which is a helpful resource explaining how to use tablet loaded software programs and how to complete different tasks you will use throughout the school year. Within each topic you have the option to select either Tutorial, Expectations, or Step-by-Step. Tablet Camp 2012 Tablet Camp 2011NextGo Back

71 End Show This is the main text box Important text box Make sure to use a student log in for screen shots and when you copy them in send them to the back with your ordering. Invisible Hyperlink to next slide Delayed Hyperlink Next Exploring Tablet Camp Get to Know Your TabletNextGo Back 1.Open My Documents from the desktop. 2.Open Tablet_Camp_2012.ppsx

72 End Show 3. Select the File Management topic. This is the main text box Important text box Make sure to use a student log in for screen shots and when you copy them in send them to the back with your ordering. Invisible Hyperlink to next slide Delayed Hyperlink Next Get to Know Your TabletNextGo Back Exploring Tablet Camp 3. Select the File Management topic.

73 End Show This is the main text box Important text box Make sure to use a student log in for screen shots and when you copy them in send them to the back with your ordering. Invisible Hyperlink to next slide Delayed Hyperlink Next Exploring Tablet Camp Get to Know Your TabletNextGo Back Students choose to either go through a step by step tutorial or expectations checklist. Continue working through each Tablet Camp topic.

74 End Show This is the main text box Important text box Make sure to use a student log in for screen shots and when you copy them in send them to the back with your ordering. Invisible Hyperlink to next slide Delayed Hyperlink Next Exploring Tablet Camp Get to Know Your TabletNextGo Back Continue working through each topic. Refer to Tablet Camp throughout the year when you have any questions.


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