We purchased one Eno board last year and just purchased six more this year. Our 5th grade teacher who used it last year said she prefers it over the Smartboard for ease of use, being able to use whiteboard markers on it ,etc.
Newport City Elementary School
From: School Information Technology Discussion [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Chip Hedler
Sent: Thursday, July 23, 2009 1:49 PM
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Subject: Eno whiteboards
I work at Rumney Memorial School in Middlesex. We're going to add two
interactive whiteboards and have just about settled on Smart Boards, but has
anyone seen or heard anything about the Polyvision Eno? Its main distinction
is that the board itself is a passive ceramic-steel surface with an
infra-red visible pattern from which a Bluetooth-connected stylus gets
location info (Anoto digital pen/paper technology). Sales pitch is that the
board can be used with dry-erase markers and magnetized doodads as well as
with the stylus and it's almost impossible to damage.
Info on eno board:
More on Anoto technology: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_paper
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