Collaborative Whiteboards & Noticeboards

Please note - if you are wanting to draw a specific type of diagram then you might also want to check out the Diagramming Software & Mind Mapping pages. 

If you are wanting to hold an online conference that includes a whiteboard for participants to draw on then you should check out the Desktop Video Conferencing page.

On this page you will find links to sites that provide a page for your students to draw or post ideas to collaboratively:
  • Padlet - This used to be known as Wall Wisher, it lets you creative an online wall which students can post sticky "post it" style notes to.

  • Scrumblr - Make a virtual notice board that you and your students can stick notes to.

  • Google Docs Drawings - You can create collaborative diagrams using Google Docs, click here to learn how.

  • Dabble Board - This is an online whiteboard that will help you visualize, explore and communicate ideas.

    The best way to learn more about it is to
    view the video here.
    Or see the
    Top 10 Reasons to use Dabbleboard.

  • Conceptboard - This online whiteboard works well on both computers and ipads.

Google drawings makes it easy to create charts, diagrams, wireframes, and other schematics.