Mimio Advanced Powerpoint- more information about using Mimiostudio Notebook


MimioConnect  Go to this website and register. 


This is an excellent resource to search for Mimio files that others have created.  Once you find something you like, you can download it or choose as a favorite (at the very bottom).  An .ink file is a MimioStudio notebook file.  A .mcf is a gallery file that will add pictures, audio clips, and other objects to your Mimio Gallery.

 Also, join the Make My Lessons Better group as they offer some wonderful tips on creating high quality lessons.  You can join here: http://www.mimioconnect.com/forum/topic/welcome_mimio_professors_make_my_lesson_better_group




Some helpful files to download:** Save both files to your flashdrive.  When you get back to your computer, open the MimioStudio Notebook, open the Gallery.  Now, go to the saved .mcf file and double-click to open.  Once you do this, you will see the Gallery processing and adding the new files.  You can see all of these files under Imported Content Packs.


This self checking activity uses different text color as a reveal to check answers.  It can be modified from plurals, to states and capitals, to math problems and answers.

Interested in Interactive Attendance?  Look at these search results.

Interactive Calendar & Calendar Math search results

Vocabulary Cranium Game

Retelling and Comprehension Spinners

Vocabulary Practice Templates

Deal or No Deal Review Game

Wheel of Fortune Review Game

Large list of Gallery files (.mcf)

Collection of Notebook files (.ink)

 Notebook Files

 More Gallery Files

Miscellaneous Tutorials

 Mimio on Pinterest



Instructional Videos




Additional Information

To Import a PowerPoint presentation into MimioStudio

    • Open the Mimio Notebook

    • Go to File, Open, choose a PowerPoint (choose File Type at bottom)

    • Mimio Notebook will import all of the slides separately.

    • You will not be able to change what is on the imported slides, but you can add things.

    • This helps if you are really familiar with PowerPoint. You can create it and then import for presentation.

This is an example of a close reading lesson I created about Bats.  I used MimioStudio for the instruction. 

The file has been uploaded on MimioConnect here. 

 You may want to think of creating MimioStudio files for different purposes.

(1.) Use MimioStudio for Classroom Instruction to increase student interactivity

(2.) Use MimioStudio as an Small Group or Independent Computer Activity.  This would be an excellent way for students to practice a skill.

(3.) Use MimioStudio as a presentation method for students.  Students can create an .ink file to present project information.