Title

my Wall

Date

6-1-2017 3:00 PM

End Time

1-6-2017 3:15 PM

Location

ITC 211

Department

Computer Science

Session Chair

Scot Morse

Session Chair

Ted Beers

Session Title

Computer Science & Information Systems Capstone Group Projects

Faculty Sponsor(s)

Scot Morse

Presentation Type

Presentation

Abstract

myWall is a collaboration tool for working with colleagues locally or remotely where users can draw out diagrams, mind maps, brainstorming lists, flow charts, etc. and save them for later review. myWall is a web application that allows users to connect with other users, whether it is for school, business, art, or software engineering projects. Individuals using myWall will be able to display their creativity with their very own virtual whiteboard. The system will show real-time updates as others draw, either using digital whiteboards or tablets, and areas of the white board can be protected with the option of turning on or off overlays of others' drawings or notes. It is intended to be for both individual users and for teams who need a way to work collaboratively and have an easy way to keep track of their progress. Unlike other whiteboard web applications, our site will allow items to be posted to the community at large, like a question-and-answer site.

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Jun 1st, 3:00 PM Jun 1st, 3:15 PM

my Wall

ITC 211

myWall is a collaboration tool for working with colleagues locally or remotely where users can draw out diagrams, mind maps, brainstorming lists, flow charts, etc. and save them for later review. myWall is a web application that allows users to connect with other users, whether it is for school, business, art, or software engineering projects. Individuals using myWall will be able to display their creativity with their very own virtual whiteboard. The system will show real-time updates as others draw, either using digital whiteboards or tablets, and areas of the white board can be protected with the option of turning on or off overlays of others' drawings or notes. It is intended to be for both individual users and for teams who need a way to work collaboratively and have an easy way to keep track of their progress. Unlike other whiteboard web applications, our site will allow items to be posted to the community at large, like a question-and-answer site.