These two tools give you the option to have students create non-written content. Which can be very useful for demonstrating visual concepts.

The Drawing Tool

This tool allows for freehand drawings to be placed anywhere on the document, perfect for drawing attention to key ideas for emphasis. 

How to use: The Drawing Tool can be used with either a stylus or with the mouse/trackpad on the device. 

The stroke thickness and transparency can be adjusted on the tool's settings just to the left of the tools.

Things to bear in mind: This can be used to make straight lines that lock to 30° increments by holding shift before drawing the line.

Kami will automatically detect your stylus and give you the option to enable Stylus

The Shapes Tool 

This tool allows you to draw shapes on your PDF. This tool is ideal for marking areas that need to be quickly recognised. This tool allows you to mark with circle, square, and line shapes. The size, color, and transparency of the shapes can be adjusted.

Things to bear in mind: This can be used to make straight lines that lock to 30° increments by holding shift before drawing the line.

Also under the option for Stroke Thickness there is an option to Fill if you need a shape to be filled with a colour.

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