A whiteboard that has the ability to electronically scan itself and the images can then be transferred to computer, edited, printed, emailed or faxed. Many electronic whiteboards will interface with projectors, allowing annotating of presentations and some control of the computer.
an interactive screen linked to a computer, modelled on a standard whiteboard. The computer image is projected onto the screen, sometimes using a standard data projector (often ceiling-mounted). The electronic or interactive whiteboard is an effective medium for teachers to address the whole class and for reviewing the lesson.
interactive screen that is linked to a computer. The computer image is projected onto the screen. The user interacts on the screen with a ‘pen’ and the screen sends information back to the computer about the pen’s movements, enabling the user to interact with various software packages.
A computer application that allows graphics to be shared between two computers over the telephone network simultaneously. Each user can see and annotate the graphics as needed. (Compare with Whiteboarding).