Whiteboard History

Whiteboard History Whiteboard History - Albert Stallion invented whiteboards while working at Alliance in the 1960s. Alliance (now known as PolyVision) produced enameled steel for architectural cladding, but Stallion noted it could also potentially be used as a writing surface. Stallion later left Alliance to form his own whiteboard production company, MagiBoards. Door sign to [...]

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Who Invented the WhiteBoards?

The history of whiteboards began in the mid 1960s. It’s still a mystery as to who actually invented it. Some think that it began in China, but there is no real way to be sure. Whiteboards and Chalkboards The whiteboards evolved from the chalkboards (or blackboards). Although chalkboards were popular, some teachers and students were [...]

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Writing Board Types

Writing Board Types writing board - work surface consisting of a wide lightweight board that can be placed across the lap and used for writing clipboard - a small writing board with a clip at the top for holding papers lapboard - writing board used on the lap as a table or desk work surface [...]

How to Clean a Whiteboard

How to Clean a Whiteboard Whiteboards are a staple in many workplaces, but their frequent use can mean they are marked up with lines and colors that don’t want to rub off. But it’s easy to get a whiteboard looking like new again, and usually all it requires is a simple cleaning product like soap [...]

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