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Tips and tutorials from the Doceri team and from Doceri teachers

Doceri Classroom Training: Using Drawing Mode and Importing a Picture

See inside Jason Gilmore’s SPED/ STEAM class while he shares how to use Doceri within his own pedagogy. Today he toggles between Drawing mode and the internet to screenshot pictures of human cheek cells. He supports his students by instructing them how to draw human cheek cells and shows them what to look for in the […]

How to use Doceri: Part 3 of 3 (Doceri Desktop)

This introductory video is part 3 of a 3 part instructional series about how to use the Doceri iPad App and the Doceri Desktop Control system. One of the most prolific Doceri Teachers, Mark Willis has created a series of three brief Doceri tutorials.n this final installment of his Doceri tutorial Mark gives the basics […]

How to use Doceri: A Doceri Teacher tutorial Part 1

One of the most prolific Doceri Teachers, Mark Willis has created a series of three brief Doceri tutorials. He stated in our 1st #Docerichat Google Hangout on November 20th that, “Doceri is such a wonderful piece of software that he just loves to talk to others about it.” That is exactly what he is doing. […]

Doceri Timeline: The Power Center for Creating Interactive Lessons, Part 2

Besides its ability to connect with a computer for access to all of your pedagogical resources, the ability to edit Doceri lessons and presentations is at the core of what sets it apart from other tablet-based whiteboard apps. In Part One, we looked at all the timeline control elements. Here’s the diagram again for your […]

Doceri Timeline: The Power Center for Creating Interactive Lessons, part 1

On the surface, Doceri is a powerful way to get mobile in your classroom, record lessons and create flipclass screencast videos. But dig a little deeper, and the power of Doceri really comes alive. The Doceri Timeline is what sets it apart from every other whiteboard or screencasting app. Using the Doceri timeline, you can edit […]

Top Three Reasons Educators Should Tag Their YouTube Videos

Are you a teacher, either K-12 or university faculty, who uploads lesson videos to YouTube for your students to view? Whether you’re flipping your classroom or providing screencast reviews, using YouTube is a great choice because you can easily manage your videos, your students can easily access it, and the general public can easily search […]

Tracing Photos to Create Tutorials with Doceri

We’re always excited to find new videos on YouTube that use Doceri to educate viewers in fun ways. This one from the Pilot Tutor uses tracing, shading and photo imports to give an introductory lesson on the basic parts of an airplane:   Tracing photos with Doceri is a great way to get your point […]

Create a Holiday Greeting Video with Doceri

Why not wish everyone on your list a Happy Holiday with a custom Doceri video or festive image? Use our Snow Man Holiday template, or create your own with these simple steps.   Using our Snowman Holiday Greeting Template Click the download link below for our .DOCERD Doceri Template file. Instructions for opening the template […]

Editing with the Lasso Tool in Doceri 2.0

We’ve been listening to customer feedback since Doceri was first released in February 2011. One of the features most asked for has been an editing tool to cut, copy, paste and manipulate hand-written text and hand-drawn objects that you create in Doceri. This tutorial video below shows how to use the lasso tool. Follow along […]

Northern Arizona University’s W.A. Franke College of Business, with a Doceri Overview

    Paul Wagner, IT Director for The W. A. Franke College of Business, responds to requests from professors at the college who really wanted to use iPads in their classrooms. His research led him to Doceri, and this overview it’s functions and advantages for interactive teaching.