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Crossposting from the math.stackexchange (Question)

Online classes will start again as the semester will start, I bought an XP-Pen deco 03 to help me with online teaching. I will be teaching commutative algebra next semester. I would like to ask what should be the best software (whiteboard software or any other) that goes well with this pen tablet and easy to write mathematics.

I explored google Jamboard it is good, but minimal for the choices (there is just one pen, etc ). On the plus side, I can invite all my students and teach totally on the board (although the audio is not streamed through it for which I have to fall back on something like google meet, in that case sharing the window is better). Another thing I don't like about it is the lack of full-screen mode.

I would like to ask people here for some suggestions.

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  • $\begingroup$ Do you have a learning management system like Blackboard available? E.g., Blackboard has Collaborate built-in for this purpose. More generally, I would recommend using whatever your school officially supports. At least in the U.S. their are legal/privacy considerations that it's nice to have institutional support for. $\endgroup$ – Daniel R. Collins Aug 6 at 15:51
  • $\begingroup$ We have moodle and Microsoft OneNote. Creating online quizzes in Latex (like google form, or like quizzes in Google classroom, unfortunately, these two, to my knowledge, do not support \LaTeX (MathJax); would like to be proven wrong though. $\endgroup$ – mukhujje Aug 6 at 17:01

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