- Save lessons for students who have been absent.
- Record short tutorials for using various software packages and then burn these tutorials to CDs.
- Prepare lectures and training sessions and then burn them to CDs to use as lesson plans for substitute teachers.
YouTube has some interesting videos showing SMART Boards. At http://youtube.com/watch?v=6owh452aJCI you don't have to understand the speaker's native language to appreciate his demonstration of Google Earth. And the simulation at http://youtube.com/watch?v=1l2tDiyRWvw&mode=related&search= is very interesting to watch.
Some of the videos do a very nice job of illustrating the possibilities for using SMART Boards to enhance teaching. I recommend watching these three...