Drawing on top of shared documents or a whiteboard. The exact annotation tools available vary from program to program. However, most allow you to:
• Draw lines and other shapes.
• Draw freehand with an electronic pencil or marker.
• Type text on the screen.
• Highlight words or objects.
Allows viewing of the presenter’s desktop or other selected application. Typically used when a presenter needs to demonstrate use of a software program or show a document that’s not able to be loaded into the virtual classroom due to file type limitations.
Refers to learning activities that take place on the learners’ own time; “self-paced” or “self-directed” ...