whiteboard

n1kname
2011

Design guidelines for an interactive whiteboard

Hey everyone,

Recently I was asked to help design an interactive whiteboard application for the classroom. it is going to be a playful educative application about the basics of music production. The teacher is going to use it mostly, but the children also have to use it in some cases. One of the core teaching methods is collaboration.

My question is if there are any guidelines how to design such an application? The do's and don'ts? It also would be great if someone knows some good examples.

26 May 2010 - 2:43pm
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4 years ago
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100gram
2010

Can anyone suggest a good virtual whiteboard?

Hello!

There is a thread on this forum but it's couple of years old about finding a good virtual whiteboard. Just wondering if anyone has come up with any good solutions since - open source or reasonably priced. I need a whiteboard to integrate into my site where tutors post classes so that they could use it right on the site - like learnbat or tutorvista (only we don't hire the tutors, it's like classifieds for classes) Needs to have basic "whiteboard" functionality plus voice and video, primarily for 1 on 1 sessions.

Any help is appreciated!

26 May 2010 - 2:40pm
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4 years ago
7 replies
100gram
2010

Can anyone suggest a good virtual whiteboard?

Hello!

There is a thread on this forum but it's couple of years old about finding a good virtual whiteboard. Just wondering if anyone has come up with any good solutions since - open source or reasonably priced. I need a whiteboard to integrate into my site where tutors post classes so that they could use it right on the site - like learnbat or tutorvista (only we don't hire the tutors, it's like classifieds for classes) Needs to have basic "whiteboard" functionality plus voice and video, primarily for 1 on 1 sessions.

Any help is appreciated!

29 Feb 2008 - 8:57am
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2 years ago
13 replies
Jonas Löwgren
2003

Shared virtual whiteboard: Suggestions?

I am looking for a setup to share a virtual whiteboard in
geographically distributed design sessions.

NEEDS-TO-HAVE:
- runs on Mac and Win, or (even better) platform-independent
- supports free-hand drawing
- imports bitmap files or screen shots to draw on
- more than one user can draw simultaneously

NICE-TO-HAVE:
- runs without installing very complicated dedicated server software
- freeware, shareware or affordable payware

My intention is to use it together with audio/video conf such as
Skype for a small project team (2-4 people) to run focused creative
sessions across geographic lo

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