SMART Boards in the Classroom Darren Eshelman Frostburg State University Spring 2012
The set up can The computer canconsist of a desk or then be controlled ceiling mounted from the board data projector and itself by touching computer or can the SMART Board work on a totally screen, either integrated system directly with your as is the case for finger or one of the rear projection incorporated SMART Boards. electronic pens.
drag and drop images or text interact in many save ways such as note, drawings pressing icons to of notes for hear pre- recorded sounds future use Range ofcapture text or Functions write on the interactiveareas of screen for Users whiteboards large and annotate touch-sensitive surface with the with the pen electronic pen watch engage with simulations educational and view multimedia graphics activities
works with anyprogram loaded or available on the Some applications host computer commonly used with the Smart Board are Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel, Word, and AutoCAD.
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