NC State is using Google Jamboard to transform its collaborative learning spaces and help fulfill its mission to democratize access to technology for students.
Incorporating handwriting and shape recognition, Jamboards work like a whiteboard but with a 55-inch, 4k display that enables the best of Google Search as well as access to your work in G Suite.
You can grab and place images and content from the web, pull in work from Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides, and add content stored in Google Drive. And you can save your work to Drive to share or resume later.
“The Libraries at NC State embrace designs to fit students' current way of learning, working, and living. Jamboard was created with these core principles too—where collaboration and convenience are priorities,” says Jonathan Rochelle, Director of Product Management at Google.
Check out a video to see how NC STATE usin jamboard to transform their learning spaces!