What is Google Jamboard?
Google Jamboard is a collaborative digital whiteboard for creating and editing content with other users. They are 55-inch, 4K touch displays. Jamboards can be found in the Simpson and Meyer Libraries. There are also web and app versions that can be used separately from the Jamboard, but share all of its great features.
How can it help you?
Jamboard lets you upload files from Drive, search for content on the web, and draw using your fingers or the stylus with different colors and pen tips. You and your collaborators can draw at the same time in session frames called "jams".
Examples of Use
- Meet virtually with students or a guest lecturer
- Present and annotate documents from Google Drive
- Collaborate on a design project or workflow
- Work together in real-time on group projects
- Create detailed drawings on the board, website, or mobile app
- Follow along with a lecture using the app
How to Get Started
- Jamboard can be accessed at jamboard.google.com on a computer, or via the mobile apps for iOS and Android
- The physical Jamboards can be used in both the Simpson and Meyer Libraries
- On the SF campus, the Jamboard can be checked out and brought to a classroom
- Circulation desks at both libraries have 2 digital styluses and an eraser available for check-out