Turn Your iPad 1 or 2 into an Interactive Whiteboard

Tim Tyson, Practical Practice, Mar 16, 2011
Commentary by Stephen Downes

I love stuff like this. "I'm talking about using the iPad as a control surface to actually control your computer desktop, write on your computer desktop, and project all of that in front of the classroom just as a regular interactive whiteboard does. The only difference: no interactive whiteboard is needed, and you can do this wirelessly using the first generation iPad as well as the second, and that's correct, without tethering your iPad to the projector or the computer with wires." Four videos (or slideshows, or something; they didn't play on Chrome).
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