Whiteboard 6.12

January 2005
IT Training;Jan2005, p69
Trade Publication
The article discusses about new computer software product. The latest version of Hitachi's interactive whiteboard software offers enhanced communications options including webcam-based video conferencing. The software provides an alternative to costly video conferencing equipment, and effectively transforms the whiteboard into a complete communications centre. It allows schools and colleges to hook up, offering students the option to study remotely for courses not available at their institution. An image bank containing 3,500 curriculum-based images is available with e-learning credits for the education sector. The user profile has also been updated to allow more than one user-setting per PC, so increased customisation is possible.


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