Multiple display spaces promote collaboration by allowing groups to share information easily as they work. As often part of a flexible learning space, having multiple displays or devices allows students to more easily engage in inquiry-based and project-based assignments.
Watch how this teacher shares their desktop to individual tablets so that each student can create their own annotations and participate.
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See how multi-boarding from SMART Board promotes collaborative group work in a work setting. This collaborative tool can also be used in a classroom where, by providing three conjoined screens, groups can seamlessly share and visualize each other's work.
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