Louise Weber, Southwood Glen (Franklin SD) librarian, stole the show at our Smart Board inservice on Fri. Oct. 13, with her animal Sudoku Notebook file. Louise got her Smart Board in August and this was her first "for public viewing" Notebook file. She created it on her home Windows PC, making the grid in Word (she said "that was really hard to get formatted right") and used the Notebook Capture tool to clip it into Notebook.
Her colorful little animal graphics looked cute, but this graphic Sudoku made one think hard, both left and right brained, to solve this logic puzzle. The icing on the cake was that Louise demonstrated it to the teaching staff using a Macintosh, demonstrating the cross-platform compatability of Notebook 9.5.
This was quite a Smart Board training experience. Louise was a great hostess, providing hot mulled cider and Panera coffee cake on a chilly autumn morning. This was school picture day, with many staffers showing up in pajamas. Louise even showed off her new AirLiner wireless slate that she just got. All in all, Southwood Glen made their first formal introduction to Smart Boards A LOT OF FUN.