Engaging Learners the Smartboard Way
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Shawn Mann (Librarian)
I am an experienced user of SMARTboards in K-12 education. This site presents many links to other websites that are well designed for use with an interactive board (SMART or other brand) in a K-12 educational setting. The site is extensive and is organized by subject area as well as website purpose. The tutorials for the SMART notebook software is for the older version. The site does provide many links to innovative sites to be used on an interactive website. It is not a quick and easy site to navigate, but contains links well worth the effort for discovering.
Several of the links on the website are no longer active. Some websites take a long time to load. SMART Notebook activites that are incuded require SMART Notebook software to be installed for the files to open for preview.