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  • # In Easiteach there are four animation types we can apply to our objects. These are: follow a line, rotate, vibrate and bounce. In this video, we are going to apply the follow a line animation to demonstrate an exploration voyage taken in the 15th century.
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  • 27.08.12
  • # We are going to use the converter widget to change a recipe to imperial cooking measurements and the temperature from C to F.
  • Free
  • 09.07.12
  • # When we first open Easiteach there are various options available to us including a list of recently opened documents, a browse button to documents on our computer and a download centre.
  • Free
  • 25.05.12
  • # An example lesson activity demonstrating the glass mode feature. Glass mode allows you to create an annotative layer over the top of Easiteach or any other program.
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  • 27.08.12
  • # An example activity demonstrating how objects can be locked to a plane and then only move horizontally or vertically.
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  • 27.08.12
  • # The screen recorder creates a recording of what happens on the screen. To access the Screen recorder click on Multimedia resource bank and then click on the screen recorder icon.
  • Free
  • 09.07.12
  • # The sharkbait widget allows us to create our own word puzzle. We can find it in the media bank by typing in ‘shark’, once added to the page click away and select the next button.
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  • 09.07.12
  • # A tutorial that demonstrates the spotlight mode feature. Spotlight mode allows you to create a spotlight focus on specific areas of the screen.
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  • 27.08.12