EIBoard – A Basic Guide to Using It

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    An interactive panel, also known as an interactive display, is a technology tool that functions like a large touchscreen device. It’s typically a sizable electronic display that can be mounted on a wall or placed on a stand, similar to a TV or a whiteboard. The main difference is that it allows users to interact with the displayed content directly using touch, a stylus, or other input devices.

Why Use Interactive Panels in the Classroom?

Teachers use interactive panels to make lessons more interesting. They can display videos, images, and use it like a whiteboard, which helps students learn better and makes lessons more enjoyable and effective.

Interactive panels promote student engagement and foster a collaborative learning environment, encouraging active participation and knowledge sharing among students. They enable dynamic content delivery and real-time interaction, transforming traditional lessons into interactive and captivating educational experiences.

Setting up Your Interactive Panel

To use the interactive panel, simply turn on the power supply. 


Home Screen

When you first activate the interactive panel, you’ll see the Android OS interface, which has four main services: whiteboard, projection, document folders, and additional apps.

The image above shows the interactive panel’s home screen, often known as its homepage. The homepage is designed for easy navigation. This webpage allows users to effortlessly alter settings like as brightness, volume, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Hotspot, and network.  

Tip: You can also turn the panel on and off straight from this page.

Navigating Menus

On the interactive panel’s homepage, it allow users to interact with a number of features. Users can easily use capabilities like the whiteboard, projection, opening saved files, and using other Google Play Store applications. They can also access the internet using the Google Chrome browser.

Power Off

After using the interactive panel, hold the power button for 1 second to put it to sleep, and 5 seconds to turn it completely off.If the power button on the interactive panel is red, it indicates that the panel is turned off.

Using Interactive Tools (Android Version)

The image above displays the whiteboard interface when you first open the whiteboard feature. It functions much like a traditional whiteboard, allowing you to write using a pen tool or your finger.

The whiteboard offers various features, including a navigation bar, home button, pen tool, eraser, erase selector, math tools, undo and redo functions, selector tool, two-touch usage, delete option, as well as the ability to add and remove pages, manage the number of pages, and navigate between pages. These features constitute the basic toolkit for using the whiteboard on the interactive panel.
Write on Whiteboard
Tap the “Pencil” icon to access customizable brush settings, including stroke width and brush colour.
Erase from Whiteboard
Use the “Erase” icon to remove content from the whiteboard using your finger.

Tip: User can even use palm of hand to erase the whiteboard. 

Erase a Selection from Whiteboard
Tap the third icon to delete specific areas on the whiteboard.
Math Tools on the Whiteboard
Select the “Ruler and Pencil” icon to access various maths tools.
Use the “Ruler” icon to draw straight lines. You can adjust the ruler’s length and rotation.
Use the “Protractor” icon to measure angles in degrees.
Tap on the “Compass” icon to create geometric shapes.
Handwriting Recognition on the Whiteboard
Tap the “T” icon to convert your handwritten text into digital text.
Shape Recognition on the Whiteboard
Tap on the “Shape” icon and turn on the “recognization” to convert your drawing into digital shape.


The displayed image showcases a standard Google Chrome browser. An essential feature of the EIBoard to highlight is its annotation feature. This feature empowers users to annotate the screen, enabling them to add notes and drawings directly on content within the browser or documents. This capability extends to various sources, including web pages in Google Chrome, files saved within the EIBoard, and documents such as Word, images, PowerPoint, and more.
The displayed feature is the built-in Assistive Touch on the EIBoard. This tool is designed to enhance user navigation, allowing for easy switching between different source menus, such as transitioning to the whiteboard, returning to a previous page, and accessing the annotation feature. It simplifies the user experience by providing quick access to these functions.
The displayed interface illustrates the annotation navigation on the interactive panel, enabling easy screen markup. This feature includes fundamental options like edit, delete, save, share, and exit, providing users with essential tools for annotative actions in a straightforward manner. 
The above image demonstrates the functionality of the annotation features. It allows users to annotate any content displayed on the interactive flat panel screen. 
As mentioned before, you can share the annotation page by creating a QR code, as shown above. This simple process makes sharing annotated content straightforward and efficient. 
Deleting the annotation page is as straightforward as shown. 
Before exiting the annotation page, users have the option to save it, and the page will be stored as a BZD file in the Android OS document folder. 

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