Working, learning, teaching and creating with Wacom at Home
Covid-19 has put many of us in a new and unusual situation. We are challenged to adjust to changing rules and develop new habits to prevent us and others from harm. These measures are affecting our daily live...Read More
Remote Learning: How to use Wacom One and OneNote to Engage Students Online
Solutions for remote teaching and e-learning are in high demand. Because of the Corona virus, schools and teachers are now challenged to develop ideas on how to teach digitally from home. Readily available so...Read More
How to Work From Home When You’re Organized…Or Not
Here at Wacom, we have a band of professional artists who come with us to events and tradeshows and offer their expert ideas and insights in using Wacom products for their art. TheOneWithBear (aka Sarajean) i...Read More
How to Annotate Documents Digitally with Wacom.
In Microsoft Word or Microsoft PowerPoint, head over to the Draw tab and simply pick your pen. Then start marking up the doc. Both programs also allow you to use Windows Ink to create math equations using a p...Read More
How do you whiteboard digitally with Wacom?
Microsoft Teams Microsoft Teams requires users to add a plug in to the platform. Here at Wacom, we’re using the InVision plug in. You need to sign up for InVision to add the plug in to your various chats, gro...Read More
E-Learning with Wacom: Creating a virtual classroom
Which platforms can be used for online classes?Skype, Microsoft Teams, Teams and Google Hangouts are great platforms to connect teachers and students. They offer group chats, screen sharing and video conferen...Read More
Digital White Boarding with Wacom
While working from home, brainstorming still needs to happen. It’s a break from the tedium of PowerPoint and it’s an opportunity to give our creativity a place to expand. What would you need to brainstorm vir...Read More