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A woman writing on a whiteboard.

A whiteboard (/ˈwaɪtbɔ:(r)d/) is a display board that has a white background and is made of a smooth material.[1]

Whiteboards are a place where you can use boardwork.

You can write on whiteboards using dry erase markers. These typically come in different colours, just be careful not to use a red pen on top of a black mark because the red pen will absorb some of the black ink.

Leaving whiteboards clean for you colleague is common courtesy.

If you (or your idiot colleague/student) accidentally writes on a whiteboard with a permanent marker, use a non-permanent marker to write over the permanent ink; the mix of permanent/non-permanent ink can then be removed conventionally.[2]

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