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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 reference.

Timeline Controls


You can access this diagram from within the Doceri app by touching the question mark icon at the left of the playback control when the timeline is open.


Editing with the Timeline

Because each stroke of your Doceri project or lesson is recorded as a step in the timeline, you can always step back through to correct a mistake, or add something you’d’ forgotten. Use the Previous Stroke or Next StrokeĀ control to move through your project, or just use your finger or stylus to drag the Timeline Slider to any point in the project.

This screencast shows how to move around in your Doceri project using the timeline, and how to edit your project or lesson.



In Part 3, we’ll look at using the Doceri timeline to create animations.


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