Need I say more?

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I like that. Did you make that real-time while teaching? If so, any idea how it compares (regarding speed or legibility) to using multi-colored chalk (whiteboard markers) for the different bits?

Yup, real-time while teaching. It is exactly the same speed as writing on the board. I think the trick is using the right tablet software to make the highlighting so easy. It’s about the same difficulty and as time consuming as picking up a different color marker on a whiteboard and underlining.

I think the legibility is better. The only con is that you can’t fill up an entire wall of whiteboards with what you want to write.

But, then again, maybe that’s not a con? Keeps one from writing too much?