If you're teaching a class, it's ideal to keep the class engaging but also keep momentum. To facilitate this, you can add image files (and also other files like PDFs) onto the whiteboard in two ways from your computer or the web:

  1. Copy and paste (ctrl-c > ctrl-v on Windows, cmd-c > cmd-v on a Mac).

  2. Drag and drop

Copy and paste

  1. Copy an image or file from a folder on your computer or from the web (see those steps below).

  2. On the whiteboard in the virtual classroom, paste (ctrl-v on Windows, cmd-v on Mac).

Drag and drop

  1. Drag a file from a folder on your computer and drop it onto the whiteboard in the virtual classroom

Using an online image

1. Find the picture you'd like to paste onto your whiteboard. It could be an online picture from a website or from a source like Google Images.

2. Right-click on the image you'd like to use. Select 'copy image' Alternatively, use key commands (e.g. ctrl-c on Windows, cmd-c on Mac).

3. Go back to your whiteboard in the class. Then paste in the image (e.g. ctrl-v for Windows, cmd-v on Mac). It'll take a few seconds for the image to be uploaded.
 

Using a picture from your device

1. On your device, find the picture you'd like to paste over to your whiteboard. Copy the image you'd like to use (e.g. ctrl-c on Windows, cmd-c on Mac).

2. Go back to your whiteboard. Then paste in the image (e.g. ctrl-v for Windows, cmd-v on Mac ) It'll take a few seconds for the image to be uploaded. Alternatively, you can simply drag and drop.

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