For Chromebook, there is no need to click wavy lines.
This might be internet issue, since too many students were using internet in the actual school building.
The workaround might be ask some of them using their own internet hot spot instead.
Whiteboard for Windows and myViewBoard Classroom are two products which can fulfill all requests.
Whiteboard for Windows is a digital whiteboard based on Windows 10, the writting can be saved into files and then share, teacher's image/voice and canvas can be recorded and save and share.
myViewBoard Classroom is web-based, cross platform. The writting can be saved into files and then share, teacher's image/voice and canvas can be recorded and save and share.
Are you referring to the slot in PC installed with Window 10 in the IFP? First time turning on the slot in PC should requires no ID and password.
May I ask what do you mean local accounts do not work? The IFP sign in account may be restricted by your organization IT admin. Please contact your IT admin and see for account and password.
Hello, thank you for your question. Wireless presentation can be indeed a bit confusing.
Actually you can cast in and out from different platforms: myViewBoard for Windows, and myViewBoard.com.
You can present your screen from Windows to our online plateforme and from the website to our Windows software.
For that, I may invite you to follow the steps on this webpage : https://wiki.myviewboard.com/Wireless_Presentation
They are also different video tutorials.
But the main steps are :
If you want to send your screen from myViewBoard to Windows to a host:
Enable the casting tool (should turn green)
Provide your ViewBoard name to your host
The host should be signed-in on our website
He should click on Receive a screen, enter his name and the ViewBoard Name (written on myViewBoard for Windows).
If you want to receive a screen on your ViewBoard for Windows, the steps are almost the same. But on the website you click on "Send your screen".
If you have other questions, please don't hesitate.
Yes ClassRoom could be used during your physical classroom as well.
As I can imagine, it will be a great solutions for tour students to have a ChromeBook, a tablet, or a smartphone with a quite large screen. Like that, your students can still work in these "Huddle" groupe. This allows you to teach students in the same classroom as yours and the ones at home.
Do you know our Digital Whiteboard online solution ? This is almost the same as ClassRoom, beside the fact that there is no microphone or camera integrated. Maybe this would be the better choice if you only teacher students in the same room, and if there is no distance learning.