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Interactive whiteboards

Posted on 19 Sep 2013 with 0 comments
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A recently released research paper very neatly summarises what research has found about the use of interactive whiteboards in education. As a digital device, an IWB has more functionality than a static whiteboard or a blackboard and so it can be used for many more purposes, especially student motivation and dialogic pedagogy. However, IWBs do not have a common technical standard, so their capacity to network is restricted which limits object sharing and file transfers.


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