• What is the best way to share .olf/.vboard files between teachers? We are currently using Google Drive to share, but want to ensure best practices.

    For example, I have created an interactive library lesson using Whiteboard for Windows that also has a video clip that I have in my Google Drive. If I share ONLY the .olf file in Google Drive, will the person who has access to the file be able to watch the video clip on their end?

  • Hi Amanda:

    Using Google Drive to share your .olf/.vboard files is one of the best practices.

    The video clip in your Google Drive will be inside your .olf file.

    Therefore, after you share it to any teacher, the teacher will be able to watch the video clip.