AbstractA common feature of online collaborative methodologies is the whiteboard, a tabula rasa type area in which participants can share simultaneous applications and learning experiences. The current report is the first in this series to examine a range of whiteboard technologies specifically. Some are available in stand-alone freeware products such as Groupboard, while others are components of license-based packages such as VClass and WebCT. The whiteboard features of these three products are reviewed.
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