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Electronic equivalent of a blackboard on a computer screen that allows multiple, remote users to add text, create drawings or diagrams in a shared electronic workspace that is visible to all participants. Whiteboards are a common feature of distance learning course management software systems because it can be used for online learning the same way a blackboard is used in a traditional classroom. [1] See also: E-Learning, Open and Distance Learning (ODL)


  1. e-learners.com (18 March 2008)