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==Using Screen Sharing Options of Other Programs==
 
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Educators also have the option of using existing screen-sharing applications to share their myViewBoard lessons. This also permits face to face communication, even if participants are not physically be in the same room.  
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Educators also have the option of using existing screen-sharing applications to share their myViewBoard lessons. This also permits face to face communication, even if participants are not physically in the same room.  
  
 
We've summarized the most common ones below.  
 
We've summarized the most common ones below.  

Revision as of 17:04, 9 March 2020

myViewBoard is optimized for remote learning, allowing educators to interact with their students online.


Ideas for Distance Learning

Educators can perform the following activities using myViewBoard:

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Face to face interaction via webcam
myViewBoard supports integration with any webcam connected to the teacher's device. For more details, see Magic Box Camera.

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Share the teacher's screen for instructional purposes
myViewBoard has built-in Wireless Presentation capability which teachers can use to share their screens.

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Host a live Q and A session
A myViewBoard session is a good channel for students to ask the teacher questions about topics that need further discussion. For details, see Huddle and Polling.

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Record a lesson that students can view at their leisure
Teachers can use myViewBoard's Screen Capture feature to record a lesson which students can study later at their own time.



Using Screen Sharing Options of Other Programs

Educators also have the option of using existing screen-sharing applications to share their myViewBoard lessons. This also permits face to face communication, even if participants are not physically in the same room.

We've summarized the most common ones below.


Zoom

For more details, see Zoom integration.


GoToMeeting

myViewBoard supports integration with a GoToMeeting account to allow the use of myViewBoard software during meetings.


You may need to install the GoToMeeting launcher first to use this feature.


Connect myViewBoard with GoToMeeting.

  1. On myViewBoard.com, go to the FollowMe screen.
  2. On the FollowMe screen, click Cloud Integration on the side menu.
  3. From the list of services, click GoToMeeting.
  4. On the next window, sign in to connect myViewBoard with your GoToMeeting account.


Start GoToMeeting within Whiteboard.

  1. Sign in to Whiteboard for Windows.
  2. On the Whiteboard title bar, click on the cloud services dropdown.
  3. Click the GoToMeeting icon.
  4. The GoToMeeting application starts with the Share screen feature enabled.


For more details, see Integrating with GoToMeeting.


Skype

To enable integration with Skype for Business, verify that Skype for Business is already installed, then perform the following steps:

  1. Launch Whiteboard for Windows.
  2. Sign in to Whiteboard for Windows with a supported account to integrate with Skype for Business.
    Most entities usually assign the same username for myViewBoard for Windows and Skype for Business, but check first with your account administrator to verify.
  3. Click the Wireless Presentation icon.
  4. Click the Skype icon to launch Skype and automatically sign in.
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myViewBoard Skype Integration



WebEx

Before sharing your screen, launch Whiteboard for Windows to set up your presentation first.

  1. Launch the Cisco Webex Meetings application
  2. Click Start a Meeting on the main window.
  3. On the Personal Room window, click Start Meeting.
  4. On the meeting window, click Share > Share My Meeting Window.
    The message "You're sharing your meeting window" appears at the top edge of your screen. At this point, everything on your screen (including Whiteboard for Windows) will be shown to all meeting participants.
  5. Alternatively, you can also select from the icons on the bottom.


Once all participants in the meeting are able to see your screen, switch to Whiteboard for Windows and go through your presentation.


To stop sharing after you're done:

  1. Hover your mouse over the "You're sharing your meeting window" message.
  2. From the top menu that slides down, select Stop sharing.


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Use the 'Share My Meeting Window' feature to share your Whiteboard session.



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