Use this link to go to the Lab Safety Equipment website. Read about the lab safety equipment and how it is used. At the bottom of the page, complete the lab safety equipment matching activity. Take a screenshot/snippit of the matches and upload that picture to this assignment.
For help taking screenshots or using the snipping tool app:
How to Take Screenshots
You will need to figure out the best method for you to save submit images on Canvas for this weeks assignment.
1. Snipping Tool
Snipping Tool is a Microsoft Windows screenshot utility included in Windows Vista and later. It can take still screenshots of an open window, rectangular areas, a free-form area, or the entire screen. Snips can then be annotated using a mouse or a tablet, stored as an image file or an MHTML file, or e-mailed
2. Screenshot on Windows PC
Win + Shift + S – Capture a screenshot using the built-in Snip & Sketch tool. The screen dims and provides four choices on a small toolbar: Rectangular, freeform, window, and fullscreen. This tool does not save captures as an image but merely sends them to the clipboard. WE expand on this later in the guide.
3. Screenshot on Chromebook
Step 1:Hold down theCtrl andShiftkeys at once, then press theSwitch windowbutton.
Step 2:Chrome’s cursor will be temporarily replaced with a crosshair. Click and drag a square across the portion of the screen you want to save, then release the trackpad or mouse button.
The partial screenshot will be saved in theDownloads folder
4. Screenshot on Mac
Press the Command + Shift + 4 keys simultaneously. With your pointer turned into a crosshair, click and drag to select the region you want captured. When you let go of the mouse button, the screenshot saves to your desktop.
Can't change a rubric once you've started using it.