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    Re: Interactive White Board suitable for hall

    Could also look at device have seen it fits onto top of normal whiteboard and turns it into a iwb and then means have iwb almost anywhere including the hall..

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    Re: Interactive White Board suitable for hall

    Are you thinking of a Mimo, or one of those full sheet overlays like I've seen for Plasma Screens (Think Smart make one for Plasma Screens)

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    Quote Originally Posted by russdev View Post
    Get your head to watch this School Matters - ICT: A Vision of the Future? | Teachers TV it goes on about a school in Nottingham that is leading the way with ICT and they have chosen not use iwb in classrooms..

    Russ
    Found this thread whilst looking for something else! Fascinating stuff!

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    We're going with an alternaitve to the IWB for our SEN dept. Basically a decent sized LCD tv with ultr small footprint computer connected to a SMART wirless slate. That way the teachers can still use their resources they have setup in smart's software and the department can have interactive functionality.
    This is much better for them as was pointed out, there isnt enough room to fit a projector and a 77 inch IWB

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    looks terrible

    sorry but the school there looks more like a nightmare to me, substandard equipment- i.e laptops, substandard networking- i.e wireless, not to mention you are 'frying' everyone in the building with it.
    I would hate to work at that place, all you would be doing was packing laptops, for return to base etc, arranging repairs.
    And then you've not only the teachers telling you the machine won't work for some obvious reason, you'll have the kids moaning as well.

    AAAAAaaaarrgg




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    Quote Originally Posted by speckytecky View Post
    Can anyone recommend a interactive whiteboard system suitable for hall use (Community School with circa 270 on the role).
    You can put Interactive boards in school halls, but if sports are played in the halls then they could get damaged. Promethean or Polyvision boards have slightly better protection than smart, but I would still not recommend putting one is a school hall.

    Other alternative are to either have a motorised screen which is hidden safely away when not in use, Or

    If you have a good flat wall, then paint it white and just project onto the wall.

    If you are looking for the best prices on equipment then visit

    www.schoolquote.co.uk ,

    It allows schools to post request then companies quote on work. Suppliers can't see your school name just what products you are after, so you get a good price.

    P.S. I do not work for www.schoolquote.co.uk as I am a reseller, I just know alot of schools who do.

    David Millar
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