While teaching face-to-face courses, do you write on white- or blackboards to illustrate concepts?
If so, you might be wondering how to replicate this activity over Zoom. In the following articles, we outline several options for digital annotation during your Zoom class.
- Google Jamboard
- Zoom Whiteboard
- Using a Mobile Device for Whiteboarding
- Hardware for Digital Handwriting
- Creating PowerPoint Slides with Animation
- Document Cameras
It is important to note that when teaching in a hybrid classroom–with both remote and physically present students–any instruction that requires writing on a surface must be done digitally, using a digital writing tablet and digital whiteboard. Remote students will not be able to adequately see writing on a physical blackboard or whiteboard in the classroom.