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David Sladkey

Using a wireless mouse with your IWB - 107 views

    I learned a tip yesterday that most certainly will help my students. It is that I should use a wireless mouse in class. Here is what I mean. You just have your mouse with you while you are in the back of the room and then when you need to do anything on your computer you can just scroll your mouse on any available surface. I've used slate's and special pointers before with poor performances. With the mouse I can just naturally move things around. Give it a try.
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    To take that one step further, try the Gyromouse, which operates like a Wii remote so you can scroll, move etc as if it were on a desktop but is actually in thin air. Very cool and very effective. I used one to simulate an interactive whiteboard for years before finally getting one.
    Do you think I can use it with my Smart TV?
    We have used the gyration mice in our school for years and I love mine, but we have had about 4 have the gyro die in them, so the longevity is now what I would like.
Martin Burrett

ReMouse - Mouse & keyboard recorder - 25 views

    A lovely little program that lets you record and play mouse and keyboard actions. Great it you currently repeat the same actions again and again.
Roland Gesthuizen

Mobile Mouse for the iPhone, iPod & iPad - 104 views

    "Instantly transform your iPhone or iPod touch into motion based mouse, trackpad, and wireless remote for your computer! Sit back and surf the web, browse your photo library or control your music player from the comfort of your couch. Our app uses the built in accelerometer to translate your hand motions into mouse movements on your screen. It can also operate as a trackpad, allowing you to control your computer with a single finger."
Dimitris Tzouris

Camera Mouse - 79 views

    Control a computer using head movements.
Jody Oliver

Microsoft Mouse Mischief Home - 58 views

    Free software from Microsoft that allows students with wireless usb mice to respond to multiple choice/true/false assessments via PowerPoint.
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