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ISTE 2018 Preview: Wipebook Is The Last Notebook Your Students Will Ever Need

img_0063 ISTE 2018 Preview: Wipebook Is The Last Notebook Your Students Will Ever NeedWipebook Is Like Magic, where has it been all our lives?

It’s not too often that the notebook actually gets reinvented but this time this notebook is the last new book you’ll ever need. Imagine 30 students in the class only needing one notebook per student per year. That’s the beauty of Wipebook.

The Wipebook takes the notebook concept that we all know and love and breathes new life into it. How does it do this you ask? By combining dry erase board notebook and screen capture to one amazing device.

The Wipebook is a spiral-bound notebook that’s pages are made out of dry a race material. That means students can jot down ideas right down tax drop pictures and more and it’s captured right there in the notebook. Because it’s a notebook and not a dry erase board and makes ideas and Innovacion portable. Also, everything written in the Wipebook is easily erased but never fear, pages touching one another won’t lead to accidentally erasing anything.

A screen capture app means that the idea is captured in the notebook using dry a race markers can be memorialized or shared with your cloud-based services like Google Classroom. Art teachers can ask students to draw onto notebooks and share it on Google Drive. Science teachers can ask students to copy down the notes and also share across Google Classroom.

The Wipebook gives students something physical to write on, in this digital age that is equally parts fun and functional. It’s truly the newest innovation in notebooks in decades.

See the magic of the Wipebook at ISTE 2018 in Chicago, June 24-28, booth #472 and online at Wipebook.com

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