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Interactive TVs

Discussion in 'Secondary' started by robmusicman, Feb 10, 2016.

  1. robmusicman

    robmusicman New commenter

    Hi folks,

    My classroom has a big interactive TV rather than a smart board. So far I've pretty much just been using it as a means to displaying PowerPoints, and the most I interact with it is touching the screen to move slide. It doesn't have any specialist software with it, and I tried using the smart software with it and it didn't work.

    I've recently discovered how to annotate word and powerpoint slides, but that is using a feature built into Microsoft's software.

    Does anyone have any experience using interactive TVs instead of smart boards, and any advice for making the use of them?
  2. Robfreeman

    Robfreeman Occasional commenter

    Is it a Samsung?
  3. robmusicman

    robmusicman New commenter

    It's a Philips 65" one.

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