Help students illustrate their ideas and capture their attention with our all new Zoom Whiteboard. Our expandable canvas creates a space before, during, and after lessons where students can engage with each other and use a range of features to brainstorm, problem-solve, and work together.
Students can add shapes, leave comments, upload photos, and freehand draw on whiteboards, equipping them with the tools they need to transform their brainstorming sessions and group projects.
Here are just a few ways you can use Zoom Whiteboard in your classroom:
- Engagement for in-person and remote students: Create content on whiteboards before class begins, then use it to deliver and structure the lesson, including allowing students to come up and draw on the board themselves (or invite remote students to annotate live!).
- See how your students think: Assign different whiteboards to groups of students and receive a visual breakdown of how they progressed throughout the project and came up with their final product.
- Create a collaboration ready environment: Give your university and college-level students an environment to collaborate in by equipping them with Workspace Reservation. They can use this feature to reserve a whiteboard-enabled room on campus where they can invite their friends, check in, and use their whiteboard for group activities.