Interactive Whiteboard Technology

Giving teachers new ways to bring ideas to life

What if the teachers at your school could spend more time planning quality lessons and then engage with students like never before?

Across Australia, teachers spend too much time erasing whiteboards from one lesson before preparing those same whiteboards for the next lesson. They also spend too much time trying to adapt their lessons to suit individual students, only to have to erase their hard work when the bell goes.

This is valuable teacher time and energy that can easily be saved by replacing traditional ink whiteboards with interactive whiteboard (IWB) technologies. The latest tools enable a truly collaborative learning experience and give teachers the power to save and reuse their lessons whenever they like.

No wonder that 99.2% of students and 73.6% of teachers prefer using interactive whiteboards over traditional ones.1

Transform your classroom today

Data#3 is excited to announce that we can now supply the latest interactive education technologies to Queensland schools under the Queensland Department of Education provision of Interactive Solutions for Category One contract. As a preferred supplier of BenQ, Epson and Surface Hub products, Data#3 can help you transform your classrooms into truly collaborative spaces.

Epson education projectors 

Epson Education Projector

Ultra-short-throw projectors that are perfect for sharing larger-than-life lessons with students. Multiple students and the teacher can project to the screen at once for a truly collaborative experience.

BenQ interactive flat panels 

BenQ Interactive Flat Panel

Optimised to have the friendliest user interface, BenQ’s classroom-ready solutions feature germ-resistant screens and Smart Eye-Care technology. Plug and play to bring a truly healthy learning experience into your school today.

Microsoft Surface Hub 2S 

Surface Hub 2S

The new Surface Hub 2S is an all-in-one digital whiteboard, meeting platform and collaboration tool that is perfect for powering the anywhere classroom. Students and teachers can engage on the Surface Hub 2 and personal devices at the same time.

How teachers benefit from interactive technologies

Interactive whiteboards and associated classroom technologies transform the way that teachers deliver their lessons and interact with students. Key benefits1 include:

  • Bringing the internet into the classroom – an interactive whiteboard enables full class participation in internet research and learning.
  • Integration of video and visuals into lessons – for a more engaging and powerful learning experience, teachers can seamlessly embed visuals into lesson plans, quickly switching between whiteboard and video formats.
  • Better demonstrations of curriculum content – teachers can simply teach better using interactive technologies, with the ability to give very clear demonstrations at the front of the class.
  • Ability to tailor lessons to suit different learning styles – teachers find that interactive technologies enable a more diversified approach, which leads to more effective teaching and better learning outcomes.
  • Time savings – teachers can save and reuse lessons, instead of having to wipe off a lesson’s worth of teaching material at the end of a class.

How students benefit from interactive technologies

The benefits to students are very similar to those cited above for teachers. For the students, interactive technologies deliver a more immersive and memorable learning experience – with lessons delivered using Internet, visuals, video and more.

Interactive technologies also promote collaboration and give students greater motivation to learn. Recent research has found that students who use a device with a digital pen generate 56% more ideas from brainstorming and solve 24.5% more correct answers.2

Interactive whiteboards can also help students with intellectual disabilities to gain a better understanding of curriculum content, by presenting curriculum content in dynamic and graphical ways.3

Complete a site survey

By completing a site survey on the environment where you would like to install interactive whiteboard technologies, our expert team can help assess your implementation requirements. This site survey has been created by our implementation partner, Provision Group.



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Partner with a preferred supplier

As a Department of Education Preferred Supplier and with over 30 years’ experience in the education sector, Data#3 is your trusted partner for interactive education technologies.

With a portfolio of IT solutions for education and countless customer success stories, Data#3 understands your institution’s business needs and focusses on improving student learning outcomes.

Reach out below to learn more about interactive technologies from a Data#3 Education Specialist or request a demonstration and price list today.

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1. Karsenti, Thierry. (2016). The Interactive Whiteboard (IWB): Uses, Benefits, and Challenges. A survey of 11,683 students and 1,131 teachers. [Online]. Available at https://www.researchgate.net/publication/298348102_The_Interactive_Whiteboard_IWB_Uses_Benefits_and_Challenges_A_survey_or_11683_students_and_1131_teaacher

2. Tablet PC. (n/d). Surface for Education. [Online]. Available at https://www.tabletpc.com.au/category/6085/surface-for-education/

3.  Le Lant, Carol & Lawson, Michael. (2016). Interactive Whiteboard Use and Student Engagement. [Online]. Available at https://www.researchgate.net/publication/306392494_Interactive_Whiteboard_Use_and_Student_Engagement


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