Digital (IWB)

The evolution of the coursebook

Designed to be completely platform-independent, New Inside Out Digital classroom software works with any make of Interactive Whiteboard. It can even be used with a simple laptop and projector combination. All of the special tools for interacting with the content are built directly into the software. In addition it works on both Windows and Mac computers.

Please contact your local Macmillan representative to arrange a demonstration, request a demo disc, and to find out more. Visit our Worldwide pages here to find contact details for your local Macmillan office.

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Watch a guided tour of New Inside Out Digital

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Key Features

  • The Student’s Book page is visible on screen, allowing you to combine traditional book-based learning with the unique multimedia possibilities of an Interactive Whiteboard.
  • Vector-based image technology allows you to zoom in to content on-screen with no loss of quality, no matter the magnification level. You can either tap on any pre-defined area of a page, or simply draw a box around a specific area to zoom in.
  • All of the audio and video content you need to teach a unit page is instantly accessible. No more switching between software applications or hunting around for the correct track on a CD player.
  • The instantly accessible Teacher’s Area provides a powerful set of tools that allow you to build custom presentations easily, or you could just adapt the provided game templates to suit your needs.
  • Clear navigation provides quick and easy access to pages in the Digital Book, to the Teacher’s Area, to extra resources and to help screens.
  • The comprehensive supplied training material helps you to get up to speed quickly with this powerful software.

User’s Guide

View the User’s Guide below for a complete overview of New Inside Out Digital, as well as a comprehensive section on ideas for teaching with interactive whiteboards. Click on the book to view a larger version.