If you want a personalized dry erase board, EVERWhite can create whatever you need. We have manufactured thousands of custom-printed whiteboards through the years.
The standard size of a classroom whiteboard is 4×6 – that’s four feet high by six feet wide. Some schools prefer a 4×8-foot board.
Stay organized with a whiteboard calendar, available in single or multiple month views. Magnetic or non-magnetic.
Looking for whiteboards? Here are a few key issues to consider before ordering a whiteboard: budget vs quality, intended use and location. Consider budget and quality, intended us, and wall space.
Cork boards are excellent for posting bulletins in public spaces in businesses, schools and elsewhere. They are great for placing reminders, photos and other documents in offices and conference rooms. Bulletin boards are manufactured from a variety of surface and framing materials, with cork being the most common surface, followed by fabric. Cork – a […]
A lined whiteboard can help presenters easily write in straight lines, but lined boards have other benefits and uses for people giving presentations, watching presentations, or collaborating in education settings and in business. Whiteboard manufacturers such as EVERWhite offer boards with a variety of lined options. Ideally, the lines are printed below the dry erase […]
February 21, 2022 – We have combined the best of two top dry erase board brands – EVERWhite and Everase, to enhance and showcase all of our presentation, tracking and collaboration products together. Joining forces not only allows for a larger product inventory so that you can have all that you need, but also provides […]
Whiteboards have a secret power to make you smarter — if you use them properly.
Whiteboards are commonly found on business office and conference room walls, but their potential to help a business is often underutilized.
A classroom whiteboard is more than a writing surface; it’s a powerful tool that offers educators flexible teaching opportunities. The result of the use of traditional whiteboards? Stronger, more effective teaching. That’s the premise of a Steelcase blog that builds a great case for the value of traditional whiteboards in classrooms. We’re sure that teachers […]
It’s a common perception that whiteboards are primarily used in classrooms and lecture halls at all levels of education. But did you know that despite being designed for the education world, the business sector was the first to embrace them, and that their history can be traced back to 1937?
Whiteboards are common teaching tools in the classroom – but they’re not just for teachers, notes a media specialist in a Florida 6-12 school.