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  1. Getting To Know Your Pocket PC Ladd M. Skelly National Learning Specialist Lskelly@classroom.com

  2. Workshop Resources • http://twi.classroom.com/workshops/ipaq 2

  3. Key Administrative Tasks With the Pocket PC • Communication & Management • Email • Contacts • Calendar • Productivity • Word • Excel • Multimedia • PowerPoint • Windows Media Player • Resources • Online and Offline 3

  4. Getting To Know Your Pocket PC Pocket PC Track Descriptions • Pocket PC Basics: • To effectively and efficiently integrate such a mobile device, teachers need to understand as to the functionality of the Pocket PC. With its full range of capabilities, both in hardware and software, it provides numerous educational and instructional opportunities. This module will examine issues from Pocket PC basics to transferring data via infrared. • Tools to Online Resources: • This module examines the functionality and tools that provide accessibility and management to Internet resources. • Access to Instructional Tools and Resources: • To use the Pocket PC as a true administrative tool, administrators need to understand the variety of online and offline tools that are available via the Pocket PC and the Internet. This module examines tools ranging from data sharing to planning. 4

  5. Pocket PC Basics • Key Skills: • Understand how to set up the Pocket PC. • Gain an understanding of how to work with applications. • Use the PC Start Menu to access Programs, Favorites, Documents, Settings, etc. • Understand how to use Windows (File) Explorer to access folders and files. • Use the basic functions to customize the Pocket PC. 5

  6. Pocket PC Basics Cont’ • Key Skills: • Gain an understanding of the functions of various standard Pocket software. • Understand the differences between full applications and the Pocket versions. • Understand the functionality and operation of ActiveSync. • Install and remove software and files from Pocket PC. • Transfer files via synchronizing, via infrared and via email. • Backup and restore the Pocket PC. 6

  7. Tools to Online Resources • Key Skills: • Gain an understanding in using Pocket Internet Explorer. • Compare and contrast between both Internet Explorer and Pocket Internet Explorer. • Understand the functionality and use of Mobile Channels via the AvantGo.com. • Add and organize online resources via Pocket PC Favorites. • Transfer Favorites between the PC and the Pocket PC. • Send Internet links via email. 7

  8. Access to Instructional Tools and Resources • Key Skills: • Understand the variety of online tools that promote the accessibility and sharing of files. • Share files with teachers via infrared. • Access a variety of Web sites that provide research and resources tools. • Gain an understanding of the range of Web resources that provide assessment and planning tools. • Understand the functionality and use of Pocket Word and/or Pocket Excel. • Understand the functionality and use of Microsoft Reader. • Understand the functionality and use of multimedia Pocket programs such as Windows Media Player. 8

  9. I. Pocket PC Basics • Setting up your Pocket PC • Initial setup • Welcome Wizard • Connecting Pocket PC to computer • Installing ActiveSync 3.5 • Establish a partnership/connection • Tips • Close all other PC applications before installing ActiveSync. • Install ActiveSync 3.5 before connecting Pocket PC cradle to computer 9

  10. I. Pocket PC Basics • Synchronization Options • To change your synchronization settings: • Open ActiveSync on your computer. • Select Tools. • Select Options. 10

  11. I. Pocket PC Basics • Sync Mode • By default, your Pocket PC synchronizes continuously while it is connected to your computer. • To change the default: • Open ActiveSync on your computer. • Select Tools. • Select Options. • Select Sync Mode. • Choose whether you want to sync Only Upon Connection, Manually, or leave at Continuously, the default setting. 11

  12. I. Pocket PC Basics • Sync Mode 12

  13. I. Pocket PC Basics • Installing & Removing Software • First, your Pocket PC must be connected to your computer. • From the ActiveSync main menu, select Tools, and then select Add/Remove Programs. 13

  14. I. Pocket PC Basics • Microsoft Pocket PC 2002 • Today Screen • Start Menu • Find • Calendar • Contacts • Tasks • Inbox • Notes • Customizing Your Pocket PC • Settings • Desktop • Menu 14

  15. I. Pocket PC Basics • Microsoft Pocket PC 2002 • General overview • Settings • Personal • Buttons • Menus • Owner Information • Today • Password • Sounds & Notifications 15

  16. I. Pocket PC Basics • Microsoft Pocket PC 2002 Cont’ • Settings • System • Memory • Power • Remove programs • Backlight • Connections • Beam • Connections • Network adapters 16

  17. I. Pocket PC Basics • Entering Information • Soft Keyboard • Letter Recognizer • Transcriber • Drawing • Voice Recorder 17

  18. I. Pocket PC Basics • Entering Information • Soft Keyboard • Letter Recognizer • Transcriber • Drawing • Voice Recorder 18

  19. I. Pocket PC Basics • Entering Information Cont’ • Soft Keyboard • Letter Recognizer • Transcriber • Drawing • Voice Recorder 19

  20. I. Pocket PC Basics • Entering Information Cont’ • Soft Keyboard • Letter Recognizer • Transcriber • Drawing • Voice Recorder 20

  21. I. Pocket PC Basics • Entering Information Cont’ • Soft Keyboard • Letter Recognizer • Transcriber • Drawing • Voice Recorder 21

  22. I. Pocket PC Basics • Entering Information Cont’ • Soft Keyboard • Letter Recognizer • Transcriber • Drawing • Voice Recorder 22

  23. Task #1: Pocket PC Basics ENTERING INFORMATION • Using your Pocket PC computer, complete the following tasks: • Using Notes, create a new note. • Add a written message, a typed message, a drawing and a voice message. • Save the file as admin_notes. • Synchronize. 23

  24. I. Pocket PC Basics • Pocket Software • ActiveSync 3.5 • Sync • Begin synchronization process • Stop • Stop synchronization process • Details • Displays synchronization • Explore • Displays device files • Options • Synchronization options 24

  25. I. Pocket PC Basics • Pocket Software Cont’ • File Explorer • My Device • Displays files on the Pocket PC • Folders • My Documents • Program Files • Temp • Windows 25

  26. I. Pocket PC Basics • Pocket Software Cont’ • File Explorer • Pocket_PC My Files (Desktop) • Displays replicated files on the computer 26

  27. I. Pocket PC Basics • Pocket Software Cont’ • Installing Software • Via the Internet • Microsoft Reader • Adobe eBook Reader • Via the CD • Removing Programs • Via Settings 27

  28. I. Pocket PC Basics • Pocket Software Cont’ • Internet Explorer • Pocket PC • Features • Menu items • Stop/Refresh • Home • Favorites • Hide Graphics 28

  29. I. Pocket PC Basics • Pocket Software Cont’ • Internet Explorer • Desktop Computer • Mobile Favorites • Online • Offline 29

  30. I. Pocket PC Basics • Pocket Software Cont’ • Pocket Word • Features • Menu items • Pocket Excel • Features • Menu items 30

  31. I. Pocket PC Basics • Pocket Software Cont’ • Microsoft Reader • Desktop Connection • My Library • Opening eBook • From the Start menu, tap on the Programs folder and tap to select the Microsoft Reader icon. • Select book from This takes you to the Library. 31

  32. I. Pocket PC Basics • Pocket Software Cont’ • Microsoft Reader • Library options • Show • Library • Shop • Help • Settings • Return 32

  33. I. Pocket PC Basics • Pocket Software Cont’ • Microsoft Reader • eBook options • Go to • Library • Shop • Help • Settings • Return 33

  34. I. Pocket PC Basics • Pocket Software Cont’ • Microsoft Reader • Text options • Tap word or words to view options • Options • Add Bookmark • Add Highlight • Add Note • Add Drawing • Find • Copy Text 34

  35. Task #2: For Pocket PC Basics MICROSOFT READER • Using your Pocket PC, complete the following tasks: • Using Microsoft Reader, open an eBook. • Add a Bookmark, a Highlight and a Text Note. • Synchronize. 35

  36. I. Pocket PC Basics • Pocket Software Cont’ • Windows Media Player • Features • Menu items 36

  37. Task #3: For Pocket PC Basics • Using your desktop computer and the Pocket PC, complete the following tasks: • Using Microsoft Word, type a short description of your duties as an administrator. • Save file as admin_tasks in “Pocket_PC My Documents” folder. • Synchronize. • Using the Pocket PC, beam the file, admin_tasks to a partner. 37

  38. II. Tools to Online Resources • Accessing the Internet • Using Pocket Internet Explorer • Mobile Favorites • Online • Offline • Mobile Channels (AvantGo.com) • Organizing Online Resources • Pocket PC Favorites 38

  39. Task #1: Tools to Online Resources • Using your desktop computer, complete the following tasks: • Using IE, create a “Administrator Resources” folder in “Mobile Favorites” folder. • Locate two Internet resources and bookmark them in offline mode. • Synchronize. 39

  40. III. Access to Instructional Tools and Resources • Online Tools • Data sharing • www.blink.com • www.xdrive.com • Reference resources • www.refdesk.com • Searching tools • Search engines • www.google.com • Directories • www.dogpile.com • Specialty Engines • www.ditto.com • www.invisibleweb.com 40

  41. III. Access to Instructional Tools and Resources • Online Tools Cont’ • Productivity tools • Virtual Books • E-Books • Web authoring • Assessment tools • Instructional • Rubistar • PBL Checklists • Non-instructional • www.zoomerang.com 41

  42. III. Access to Instructional Tools and Resources • Online Tools Cont’ • Planning tools • TechBuilder • Profiler • Tech Leadership Toolkit • Sharing Data via infrared •  Productivity Software • Pocket Word • Pocket Excel • Pocket SlideShow • Multimedia • Windows Media Player • E-Books • Microsoft Reader 42

  43. Task #1: Access to Instructional Tools and Resources • Using your desktop computer, complete the following tasks: • Using IE, locate two online resources relating to your job. • Using Microsoft Word, type the name, a short description and the URL for each of the two online resources. • Save file as admin_resources in “Pocket_PC My Documents” folder. • Synchronize. 43

  44. All About The Pocket PC

  45. Pocket PC • KEY FEATURES • Microsoft® Pocket PC Software 2002 • Vivid, reflective TFT display for easy viewing, both indoors and outdoors • Available processors -206 MHz Intel® StrongArm 32-bit RISC processor, 300 or 400 MHz Intel XScale Processor • Pocket PC File Store protects critical data in non-volatile storage • 64 MB or 32 MB of RAM for applications, files, music and more 45

  46. Pocket PC • Microsoft Pocket PC 2002 Applications • Pocket Outlook® • Inbox • Contacts • Calendar • Tasks • Notes • Pocket Word • Pocket Excel • Windows Powered • File Explorer 46

  47. Pocket PC • Other Applications • Microsoft Reader for Pocket PC • eBooks • Dictionaries • Adobe eBook Reader • Windows Media Player • PowerToys for the Pocket PC • Theme Generator • Remote Display 47

  48. Pocket PC • Other Applications • Macromedia Flash Player 5.0 for Pocket PC • Pocket SlideShow • Plays PowerPoint presentations • Handango Software • Variety of software solutions 48

  49. The Pocket PC Online Resources

  50. Pocket PC • Resources • Pocket PC Devices http://www.dell.com/us/en/k12/products/series_pda_snp.htm • Microsoft Pocket PC 2002 Intro • http://www.microsoft.com/mobile/pocketpc/ Guided Tours • http://www.microsoft.com/mobile/pocketpc/tutorials/default.asp Getting Started 101 http://www.microsoft.com/mobile/pocketpc/tutorials/gettingstarted101/default.asp • Software http://www.microsoft.com/mobile/pocketpc/software/default.asp 50