WHAT IS IT?
The Lightboard is a chalkboard-sized piece of architectural glass with a track of LEDs around its edges. When combined with dry-erase markers, a computer, monitor, studio lights and camera, it provides the means to create highly engaging presentations that can be shared online. The end product looks like a souped up PowerPoint where the presenter is standing inside of their own slides annotating them as they go along.
HOW CAN IT BE USED?
The Lightboard can be used to create mini lectures for flipped classrooms, demonstrate how to solve multi-step equations, illustrate complex processes and promote up-and-coming campaigns and events.
Here is a video of the creator of the Lightboard, Professor Michael Peshkin, demonstrating the one he created at Northwestern University:
Here is a video of Professor Win Wizer talking about her use of our Lightboard at Cleveland State:
Here is a video of the Lightboard being used to promote the Giving Day campaign:
IF I’M INTERESTED IN THE LIGHTBOARD, WHAT SHOULD I DO NEXT?
The Lightboard is located in our TV Studio. You can call them to schedule a demonstration or a recording session.
The TV Studio can be reached at (216) 687-5219.