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6 Free Online Collaborative Interactive White Boards – 2012 Update

6 Free Online Collaborative Interactive White Boards – 2012 Update
The original April 2010 article, “6 Free Online Interactive White Boards” and the more recent “Using The iPad As A Digital Whiteboard (Plus 4 Cool Free Apps To Try It Out)” have been consistent top 10 pages for viewership here on EmergingEdTech since they were published. Between them, they’ve had over 55,000 views to date. There is obviously a good deal of interest in free Interactive White Board apps. Unfortunately, several of the tools cited in the first post are no longer online, but there are some other great free digital IWBs that readers provided information about, so it’s time for an updated post. I spent some time with each of the remaining functional tools from the April Post. My two favorites from that review, Dabbleboard and ImaginationCubed, as well as Writeboard.com, have all been taken off line. Vyew.com ( If you click on the TAKE A TEST DRIVE button, a whiteboard session will open where you can invite others, make notations, etc. About Kelly Walsh Print This Post

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Free Online Collaboration Service: QikPad QikPad is a free instant online collaboration tool which you can use in order to work together with other people on various different projects by directly editing text or code, real time, with chat support, so that you can communicate directly with team members. To use the QikPad service you don’t have to register or create any kind of accounts, simply open up the QikPad website, click New pad and you’re all set. Sponsored Links Entering the name of the pad that you wish to create and edit would be the only thing that’s needed to start online collaboration with the help of QikPad.

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5 Free Online Whiteboard Applications Here are 5 Free Online Whiteboard Applications that help you quickly collaborate online. You can discuss, edit and share your ideas, notes or plans using these online whiteboards. These whiteboards include tools such as drawing, scribbling and so on. Catching up on Today’s Top Interactive Whiteboard Brands — Emerging Education Technologies Digital whiteboards have been a part of education for well over a decade now. When they were first introduced, these large, interactive displays allowed teachers to deliver — and their students to interact with — content in a completely new way. As tablets and other portable technologies became more sophisticated and affordable, however, some edutech experts began to question whether the digital whiteboard revolution was over before it really began. If today’s digital whiteboard market is any indication, those fears were for nought.

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Seven Free Online Whiteboard Tools for Teachers and Students This afternoon through the Free Technology for Teachers Facebook page I received a request for some free whiteboard apps. All of the following seven tools can be used to draw and type on a whiteboard in your browser. With the exception of PixiClip all of these tools can be used collaboratively for brainstorming sessions.

Today's Smart Choice: Don't Own. Share - 10 Ideas That Will Change the World Someday we'll look back on the 20th century and wonder why we owned so much stuff. Not that it wasn't great at first. After thousands of years during which most human beings lived hand to mouth, in the 20th century the industrial economies of the West and eventually much of the rest of the world began churning out consumer goods — refrigerators, cars, TVs, telephones, computers. 10 Creative Ways to Use Interactive White Boards in the Classroom — Emerging Education Technologies Over the last decade or so, Interactive White Boards (IWBs) have proliferated in schools in the U.S. and across much of the world. Some teachers have embraced them, and others, well … not so much. Unfortunately, some schools did not offer the professional development necessary to help teachers become familiar with these systems and get the most out of their availability. Many teachers were left to their own devices to learn and use their IWBs.

Five Best Online Meeting Tools Online meetings are only as good as the software they are conducted in. This is why it’s so important that people planning an online meeting consider all of their needs before settling on a tool. With so many options in the market, it may be difficult to go through every single product available; this is why I’ve chosen the best five tools that you should check out. Always remember that if you’re in doubt between a few programs, you can and should ask for a free trial. 1. Adobe Connect Pro – Adobe is the well-known company that has brought us Flash, a widely used online video format. 10 Ways to Use Google Maps in the Classroom Google Maps has been out for 10 years now. Digital maps…starting with Mapquest has been out since 1996 (technically 1993 but mapquest was the first main stream map most people remember). For those of you keeping track that puts us almost 20 years into the digital mapping word. 20 years we have been using digital maps and yet for some reason digital maps have not replaced (there’s that word again) mapping in our schools.

free online collaborative whiteboard - Best Of Here is 17 useful and free online collaborative whiteboard. some of them are online application and others are smart phone application but all application are absolutely free to use. Scribblar Scribblar is a free and easy to use Online Collaborative Whiteboard that is an ideal for Online training and tutoring, online interviews and tests and conducting creative brainstorming session. it allow user to create chart, diagram or other tool to help with a project or other tasks. it’s an multi user whiteboard apps that give you Crystal clear live audio, image and artwork or diagram collaboration, text chat and many more. – ScribblarGroupboard Groupboard is a multi-user online whiteboard software and collaborative drawing tool that specially designed for business and Educational purpose. FlockDraw is an easy to use, simple online whiteboard based on drawing and painting tool.

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