Studies show that writing by hand boosts learning retention, much more than using a keyboard. For this reason, Windows Ink allows students to instantly write, sketch, highlight text and search handwritten notes in a very easy and accurate way.

Furthermore, Windows Ink helps students and teachers to work together, using Windows and Office products. Here are some examples:

  • Through Fluid Math, students can create, solve and graph their solutions;
  • Ink Math Assistant in OneNote allows students to directly convert an equation or a problem from screen to text;
  • In Sketchpad, students can work on complex problems, by writing down every step of the way.

Watch this video to discover how to make your classroom more productive, supportive and exciting!

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