eBoard is a web-hosted application that allows educators to Post informational text, links, photos, pod casts, streaming video, and other digital content to the web in just minutes.Using eBoards increases communication and collaboration by hosting important information on the web in an organized way to all easy integration of technology into the classroom.
Begin at the home site at www.eboard.comOn the lower left side, you can enter the name of your eboard, or the eboard you are attempting to pull up.
You “post” information to your eboard by creating notes. These notes are then organized by “tabs.” You can group several notes under one tab and the user will have access to all of those notes on the same page.You create a note by going from read mode to post/edit mode. When you select post/edit mode you will have additional options.
See that you now have several options one being to add a note.
When you select add a note, an input screen will appear. Here you can add text to provide information or directions. You can also decide if you want to attach images or video. You can also activate iNote. iNote is a feature that allows you to get input from those that view your page. For example you can ask survey questions and gather feedback from those visiting your eboard. You can also embed an assessment question to have students answer.
There is a new translator feature that is supported by Google. Learn more about it on the home page.
An example of how it works. You first have to enable the translate feature in the control panel. Then you simply select the translate button and….
It is translated. Notice at the top that you can select the language you want to translate to. On the right you will see that you can toggle between the translation and original text.
You can set up a new eboard account at www.eboard.com
Simply enter this following information and you are up and running with a free trial eboard.