Interactive whiteboards

Donovan, Tristan
March 2004
IT Training;Mar2004, p39
Trade Publication
While interactive whiteboards are increasingly commonplace in schools, their uptake within the world of business training has been rather slower. This, however, is beginning to change, and manufacturers of interactive whiteboards are increasingly reaching out to the corporate market. While interactive whiteboards can potentially be used for presentations, the primary use is training. From a training perspective, interactive whiteboards offer several advantages. Both the trainer and the trainees can interact with the screen, adding notes or highlighting parts of the on-screen image.


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