When I started working in educati (2009), digital whiteboards seemed to be all the rage. Fast forward to 2018, and this market is anything but dried up. Let's go back and look at what has changed:
The iPad was launched in 2010 and has been developed in educati over the next few years. As the cost of various models declined ($ 300 for the 6th generati iPad), it became profitable to deploy 1: 1 deployments throughout the district. Why would you put a big picture in frt of the class when you can give each student an iPad that can do the same thing? The creativity optis the iPad remove everything that a digital whiteboard can offer.
With an integrated camera, a growing software catalog and a cstantly expanding operating system, the iPad has everything that a portable digital whiteboard.
Digital whiteboards are not cheap. Yes, there are optis for $ 1,000, but this does not include digital answering machines, projectors, installati or software licenses for the entire software. You will have thousands by classroom to …