Video and Image Capture
Mouth Healthy from the American Dental Association, also available in Spanish.
Here's one on baby teeth, linked from MedlinePlus
2min2x Get kids to brush for 2 minutes, twice a day.
More and more videos are available on the Web. While not guaranteeing you'll find good videos that relate just to the dental hygiene services you'll be investigating, you should know that the world of videos on the Internet is growing.
The main outlets for videos on the Web are:
Look for videos by typing in "dental hygiene" so you can get a notion of what's available. To play a video in the classroom, you have to disable the popup blocker on the computer. To do that, hold down the Ctrl key (lower left of keyboard) when you click to get the video.
To get an image, try this source:
- Oral Pathology Image Database from University of Iowa
- Google images yields many images, but check for reliability of the source. You especially need to cite the image, as replicating a Google image search is often difficult.
Once you have your image, to insert it into a Word document, follow these steps:
Right click on the image. Scroll down to Copy. Left click.
Go to your Word document. Position your cursor to where you want your image to be. Paste the picture (Right click again and scroll to Paste. Can also use: File -> Paste; or, use Ctl V)
Under (or near) the image, type the word Source and include the title of the Web site and its URL. (You can just copy and paste the URL into your Word document -- Ctrl C to copy; Ctrl V to paste)
Your image is there. You can write next to and below the image. To put text around the image -- click on the image, go to Format -> Picture. Click on Layout tab, and select the layout format you want.