Preparing Your Students to Use Kami
Kami allows students and teachers to annotate on ebooks, images, publisher-supplied PDFs, worksheets, and more.
Please watch this video for tips on how to prepare your students to use Kami using Google Classroom.
Here are the links discussed in the video that your students need to start using Kami:
Screen Capture by Kami - https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/screen-capture-by-kami/jkahddofhbcgdndobkkhbhggjjmcoiel
Split and Merge by Kami - https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/split-and-merge-by-kami/ojmblmeiagjmdnhlbphkibelhehnblnb?hl=en
Kami - PDF & Document Annotation
Kami allows students and teachers to annotate on ebooks, images, publisher-supplied PDFs, worksheets, and more. Autosave your annotated text into your Google Drive and provide view-only access to your students as a reference. Add personalized feedback to student-submitted work by using the markup, comments, text box, drawing, and shapes tools. Watch this 1-minute video to see how Kami can be used for digital annotations and feedback:
Go to kamiapp.com learn more about Kami.
Be sure to sign up with Google using your PISD credentials
Kami for Collaboration
See how to collaborate with others on a Kami doc, use a whiteboard, and more! https://blog.kamiapp.com/kami-for-collaboration/
Contact your friendly Digital Learning Team to help support you or your team's journey into using Kami.
You will still have access to the free version of Kami when the trial premium version is expired.
The FREE version of Kami includes:
- Highlight, Underline, Strikethrough
- Add text
- Draw Shapes
- Freehand Drawing
- Active Stylus Support
- Google Drive Autosave
- Scanned Document Support (OCR)
- Support for Microsoft Office Files, Apple iWorks, and Images
All this and it's AD FREE!