Are class lectures moving toward being done electronically? Or will the traditional whiteboard continue to be used? If they are electronic, does that mean that PowerPoint necessarily has to dominate? Or are there alternatives?
- The teacher can scroll smoothly through concepts, rather than having to show them on discrete slides.
- The contents of the lecture are in an open easy-to-read format, that will be easily viewable for decades to come. (Without relying on proprietary software.)
- Lectures can be posted online with no problem.
Are there other possibilities?