Definitions

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  • n. A collaborative discussion over the Internet in which participants can write and draw on a shared space resembling a whiteboard.

Etymologies

whiteboard +‎ -ing (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • There is also this cool, feature called whiteboarding which I can use to scribble even as I talk/chat.

    With EsQube, VoIP Revolution comes to india

  • From whiteboarding to website, the work progressed in a blur.

    Michael Moynihan: The Cleanweb Takes Off

  • I like this whiteboarding idea as a succinct summary of how digital engagement needs a mind shift to a totally different approach – but that it should also feel like a familiar one.

    Whiteboarding Whitehall at Helpful Technology

  • I moved from whiteboarding to unruled paper to "autosave" my brainstorming.

    The Whiteboard Lover’s Lair | Lifehacker Australia

  • These include standard email and office [software], but also instant messaging, document and content collaboration, whiteboarding, Web conferencing, carrier-based wireless access, etc.

    Inside Out

  • When there's whiteboarding capacity, there will not only be more education, the world itself will become more authentic, it will really take off then.

    SLU

  • I'm told that complexifying this need into the bundle of things needed for "web on a prim" has delayed whiteboarding.

    SLU

  • Re: "whiteboarding plus texting" -- we don't have whiteboards in SL and it's darn frustrating.

    SLU

  • There are four ways of supporting a realtime online collaborative environment, such as a remote learning class: whiteboarding plus texting, audio conferencing, video conferencing, and virtual worlds.

    SLU

  • Robert: One thing that I'm still waiting for is more robust collaborative whiteboarding.

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