If you're teaching a class, it's ideal to keep the class engaging but also keep momentum. To facilitate this, LearnCube allows you to copy and paste images into your classroom (e.g. ctrl-c, ctrl-v on Windows, cmd-c, cmd-v on a Mac).

You can also follow this example... so you're teaching someone in a class:

Your students asks a question, which you start explaining on the interactive whiteboard:

To make it feel more interesting, you want to add an image. That's easy with LearnCube. You go to your favourite website to get a free image:

You take a screenshot with the goal to copy and paste into the whiteboard.

When you open up the screenshot on your computer, you select all (shortcut cmd-a for Mac ; ctrl-a for other) and copy (cmd-c for Mac ; ctrl-c for other).

You tab back to your whiteboard and then paste (cmd-v for Mac ; ctrl-v for other) 

This pastes it onto the whiteboard but without saving to your permanent library, otherwise your library can get out of hand.

The result: More visual teaching and more effective learning.

And don't be afraid to make it fun :)

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