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noun A glossy white surface on which one uses non-permanent markers to share ideas in meetings, classrooms and work environments. The term has been extended to mean any interactive collaboration, including the use of a virtual whiteboard by multiple participants in various parts of the world during videoconferencing.

verb To share ideas and interact with others, as if a whiteboard were being used, to list participants’ ideas and to facilitate dialogue, as in “Let’s whiteboard this proposal.”
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Rising espousal of these whiteboards in the corporate sector, by some small and medium enterprises, and educational institutions with smaller budgets, albeit at a relatively slower rate, is anticipated to further propel market demand over the forecast period.
The Jamboard, a 55-inch digital whiteboard on wheels with 4K ultrahigh-definition display, can sync to other Jamboards throughout the world, allowing remote attendees to interact in a more meaningful way.
An increasingly large and restless crowd gathers by one of the whiteboards at Gatwick yesterday
In working on the whiteboards, instead of at desks, students produced considerably more work in tutorials, were more engaged with the work, and developed collaborative practices, looking at each other's work, asking peers for assistance, sharing ideas and solutions.
So, for example, if you're at an important meeting, you can use Pix to take a photo of a diagram on the whiteboard to remember it later.
The whiteboard is my brain canvas and the dry-erase marker is my brush.
Before the introduction of the electronic whiteboards, nurses spent up to 30-60 minutes every 24 hours changing the details on the manual whiteboard.
And while Troy CCSD isn't currently using tablets and smartphones in conjunction with its whiteboards, Sarver envisions a time in the near future when classrooms are equipped with fewer wires and more mobile devices.
With 16 whiteboards already installed and in use in Floral core classrooms, many teachers and students already experience the powerful impact this technology has on teaching and learning.
While the (http://www.startribune.com/local/204352991.html) Rocori School District has acquired nearly 200 of the bulletproof whiteboards, Hardwire company officials said the products are already in schools in North Dakota and Maryland, and are being rolled out in Pennsylvania and California.
To create an integrated whiteboard solution, Samsung's CY-TM65 Touch Overlay attaches to the frame of its ME65B, a 1.3-inch deep LED-backlit display made for the classroom environment.
Genee interactive whiteboards are epitomes of extreme modernity and have been designed especially to bring together an environment where teachers and students may participate jointly as one unit in various classroom activities.