An interactive whiteboard is a display, typically mounted on a classroom wall on campus, that allows interaction with a projected image through a pen, stylus, or fingertips. For training, please Open a Ticket at our Request a Training from IDT page and choose "Interactive Whiteboards" from the Training Selection drop-down menu.
The majority of interactive whiteboards at Buffalo State are SMART Boards. Training is scheduled by appointment only.
Please use these links to learn about the software and hardware:
Getting started with SMART Notebook is a public online training program designed by SMART Technologies to familiarize users with the software platform.
SMART Technologies is the manufacturer’s website, which includes information about various products as well as training opportunities and customer support.
SMART Exchange “is a one-stop destination designed to provide teachers with access to all of SMART's learning resources and the opportunity to connect with colleagues in a professional community. Custom-designed searches save time by delivering relevant results and a full visual preview of all SMART Notebook files, so teachers can easily evaluate a lesson before downloading it.” Sign up for a free account.
Buffalo State currently has three Promethean Boards on campus. Training is scheduled by appointment only.
The ActivInspire playlist is a collection of short video tutorials on how to complete a variety of functions in ActivInspire, from creating containers to working with Magic Ink.
Promethean World is the manufacturer’s website, including information regarding products, training, support, and more.
Class Flow helps instructors create, deliver, collaborate, reward, manage, and report with Promethean products. Sign up for free account. (Formerly Promethean Planet)
These are some of the first interactive whiteboards installed at Buffalo State College. Training is scheduled by appointment only.
WorkSpace and WorkSpace Content, the software for EInstruction Boards, is available for download on Linux, Mac, and Windows devices from Turning Technologies’ Downloads page.
The campus’s only ēno board is currently located in the E.H. Butler Library’s primary teaching space, Butler 314. Training is scheduled by appointment only.
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