Virtual Classroom: Get started with Wacom for collaborative e-learning
With the Ministry of Education's support of digital literacy and e-learning, Wacom's pen input technologies help educators with remote teaching. Explain concepts, draw diagrams, or teach languages by using e-conferencing software to share your digital lessons in real time.
Here are some examples of how you can use Wacom One as an educator.
Scenario 1: Create virtual classrooms using conferencing software
Use a virtual whiteboard for home-based lessons to explain mathematics formulas, write Chinese characters or draw diagrams while using e-conferencing software such as:
- Google Meet
Digitally annotate students' assignments to explain key concepts, highlight critical points or correct work. Share your desktop screen, take a picture of the worksheet and annotate directly under the pen input function.
- Student Learning Space (SLS)
- Microsoft Office (Microsoft Team, OneNote, PowerPoint, Words)
- Adobe Reader
Here's a step-by-step video tutorial on using Wacom One for virtual whiteboard and annotation. This can be applied to One by Wacom and Wacom Small.
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