Digital inking for more intuitive teaching with a PC, made affordable! You don’t have to have a tablet to be able to draw, doodle, hand-write and operate on a whiteboard in general more conveniently.
Stories, tips, and inspiration
David Grew MD. is a Connecticut-based radiation oncologist practicing at Trinity Health of New England. In his work with patients, he creates short and easy to follow videos using Explain Everything.
Using a single teacher license or deploying Explain Everything to the entire class? And what are the pros and cons of both? If you’re looking for answers, this article will clear things up for you.
Last fall, we released the first level of the Explain Everything certification course and now it is back by popular demand!
Meet Carolina Mendez, Doctor of Cognitive Neuroscience, speech and language pathologist and assistant professor at Pontificia Universidad de Chile. Find out about her ways of using Explain Everything in her everyday work.
We changed the name, and nothing else. Ok, that’s not entirely true – the icon got a slight makeover, too. But that’s it, promise!
Another month, another exciting collaboration! We’re joining forces with Khan Academy and Wacom as a part of a month-long celebration of edtech skills you gained this year. This time, you can show off a video you’ve created and win a prize!
When the world continues to learn new ways of communicating, cooperation and sharing information in remote or hybrid models Explain Everything tries to answer those needs. Check out what’s coming and how your digital whiteboarding experience will improve!
Sticky notes are here and available on every single platform, meaning that you can use them conveniently on your tablet as well as in a web browser on any PC or a MacBook. How are you going to enjoy them?
Not everyone is born a YouTuber, but it’s never too late to learn! Join us during the webinar with Professor Valerie Pennington – better known on YouTube as The Penguin Prof.
Online meetings are now our (rather bitter) reality but it doesn’t mean they cannot evolve. Learn how to feel better when teaching or working remotely.
In a year of unprecedented challenges for educators and students, visual learning mediums have been a saving grace. Read on this guest post from Neve Spicer – founder and director of WeTheParents.org!