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77" Dual-Touch Interactive Whiteboard
The world’s most popular interactive whiteboard now has dual touch, making it much more than solely a front of the room device. With dual-touch capability, students can now collaborate together at the front, or anywhere else in the classroom.
Now up to four students can collaborate without boundaries using four-touch interactivity. Students can use their fingers or a pen to write, draw and interact with content on the surface of the SMART Board interactive whiteboard, or two students working together can each use natural multitouch gestures. This means they can spend more time collaborating and less time waiting for their turn to work on the interactive surface. And there are no special tools or menus required – students can simply walk up to the SMART Board interactive whiteboard and immediately begin working together.
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With freestyle interaction, four students can work together anywhere on the surface without being restricted to defined spaces or specific tools. And each can perform different actions at the same time – for example, two students can move objects around while another writes in digital ink.
Using multitouch gestures, groups of students can interact with lesson content in new and exciting ways, which gives them a deeper, more interactive learning experience. They can use intuitive gestures such as toss, rotate and zoom, or use the gestures available with multitouch operating systems, such as Microsoft Windows 7 or Mac Snow Leopard.
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The object awareness feature makes using the 885ix2 series a completely intuitive experience – the technology is virtually invisible. You can switch seamlessly between writing with a pen, erasing with the palm of your hand and moving objects with your fingers. There's no need to press buttons, access on-screen menus or replace tools in the Pen Tray.
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Teachers can access free, ready-to-use educational resources, including thousands of standards-correlated SMART Notebook lesson activities, anytime on the SMART Exchange website. They can also access multimedia content in the gallery of SMART otebook collaborative learning software.