[hwahyt-bawrd, ‐bohrd, wahyt‐]
a smooth, glossy sheet of white plastic that can be written on with a colored pen or marker in the manner of a blackboard.
Computers. Also called interactive whiteboard. an interactive display screen that is connected to a computer and allows for viewing, input, and collaboration by multiple users: A whiteboard can enhance classroom instruction.
Manor vs. MannerA manor is a mansion or stately home. A manner is a characteristic way of doing something. These words are homophones (words that sound the same but have different meanings), so it’s easy to mix them up. Manor In the context of a feudal system, manor referred to an estate or territorial unit consisting of a lord’s home and lands. In other words, the area …
What does email style convey about the writer’s personality?Like a first impression, the emails we send allow the recipient to judge us solely based on our choice of tone, punctuation and writing ability. We may come across as educated or illiterate, happy or disgruntled – it’s all in the delivery. As a recent study suggests, oftentimes the message you are trying to convey is not what ends up in someone’s inbox. Communicology, the …
- white-winged scoter,
Origin of whiteboard
First recorded in 1980–85
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a large touch-sensitive board connected to a computer and a digital projector, used for teaching in the classroom
a shiny white surface that can be wiped clean after being used for writing or drawing on, used esp in teaching
a large screen used to project computer images to a group of people
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