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ALSO CALLED: Whiteboards, Electronic Whiteboards
DEFINITION: 1) A whiteboard is a non-electronic variation of the traditional "rewritable" schoolroom blackboard, but is white instead of black and of a material that can be written on with colored markers (known as dry erase markers). Dry erase markers are easier to erase than the chalk used on a blackboard (which sometimes requires a wet rag for thorough erasing).2) In electronic education technology and computer  … 
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INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARDS DEFINITION (continued): …  networks, an electronic whiteboard is one of several kinds of writable presentation display systems that can be used in a classroom or videoconference. These whiteboards generally fall into one of three categories: standalone copy boards, where the content of the whiteboard can be scanned and printed out; peripheral boards, which transfer information in the form of digital files to an attached computer; and interactive boards, the most expensive and sophisticated option, which are like large touchscreen monitors that can be synchronized to an attached computer -- users can interact with the display, … 
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