Now the world can be your classroom
Boards have been critical teaching aids for centuries. You don’t have to say goodbye to them just because you’re teaching remotely. Now you can easily share your board with your students, wherever they may be.
Step up to the board
Remote teaching shouldn’t equal purely digital content with no eye contact or improvisation. Bring the board back and keep your students engaged.
Any board, anywhere
Whether you use whiteboards, blackboards or flip charts, now you can keep your students engaged.
Keep students focused
Save your board contents with one click. Keep students’ attention on you instead of their notes.
Super-easy to use
No complicated new tools or gadgets – it’s just you and your faithful companion, the board.
No special hardware
Easily enable every single teacher at your school: all they need is a laptop (and a board).
We’ve got answers.
Can I use this with a blackboard?
Yes! Or a whiteboard, or a flip chart, or electrostatic sheets, or a piece of paper taped to to the wall…
Do I need a special camera?
No. As long as your lighting is reasonably good, your built-in laptop camera will work fine.
How much does the app cost?
Get the Beta for free. Or, for a limited time, pre-order the first official version and name your price.
Need to do more than just share your board?
Integration with video-conferencing, auto-saved board contents, live annotations by students – it’s all coming soon! Pick the plan that’s right for you.
Making an impact
where it counts
ShareTheBoard allows me to use a real white board. I have yet to find a better alternative when writing Greek. One of my colleagues uses a tablet with a stylus and connects it with the white board element of his video-conferencing apps. That requires me, however, to purchase a decent tablet and a stylus and to adjust the way I teach – sitting rather than standing (and thus remaining mostly stationary). For some this might not matter but standing improves my energy, confidence and attitude and it is an accepted and well-known means of delivering an education. It’s familiar.Teresa Danze, Classics Professor