Eno

York College's smart classrooms include various types of interactive boards. The Eno interactive board integrates both digital pens with whiteboard markers for a full multimedia experience that improves interaction with the presented content. While choose an Eno? What makes this board different from other whiteboards?

  • They claim this board is the first and only "Green" Board with no wires or cords.
  • Three boards in one (magnetic, dry-erase, interactive)
  • Virtually Indestructible

Unlike a SMART Board, this board is not activated by touch. If using a digital pen it must be the one designed for this board. Unlike the SMART board there is a strip along the side which you can click with your "pen" to change the settings of the "pen" control (see list bellow for explanation of the items).

How to Turn On Ēno Interact Board and Use with a Computer:

  1. Log into computer and turn on projector.
  2. Remove the stylus cap to turn it on.
  3. Make sure the stylus has a Bluetooth connection to the computer. Plug the connection device into an available port in either the computer tower or side of the monitor.
  4. Tap the projection mode control icon on the control icon strip

Orienting the Ēno Interact Board:

  1. To align the projected image with the eno interactive board:
    • Assure that the projected image fits within the whiteboard frame.
    • Tap the projection mode icon on the control strip once.
  2. To re-calibrate projected image with the eno board:
    • If the cursor or writing on the board is off by a few pixels, you may re-calibrate it.
    • Click on the bottom button in the Icon Strip twice to get the green calibration screen. The green screen & calibrate circles come up every time the board starts and Fix Projectorshould be Enabled.
    • Click on Disable.
    • Click on the bottom button in the Icon Strip twice to get the green calibration screen. Adjust until the pen/cursor is corrected.
    • Click on Enable.
    • Assure that the projected image fits within the whiteboard frame.
    • Tap the projection mode icon on the control strip once.