(third-person singular simple present blackboards, present participle blackboarding, simple past and past participle blackboarded)
- To use a blackboard to assist in an informal discussion.
blackboard - Computer Definition
(1) See Blackboard Learning System.
(2) The traditional classroom presentation board that is written on with chalk and erased with a felt pad. Although originally black, "white" boards and colored chalks are also used. Collaborative blackboards on the computer are called "whiteboards," because screen backgrounds are typically white (see whiteboard).