This week, we welcomed back Janet Temos to talk to our Lunch & Learn audience about touch technologies in teaching at Princeton. In her talk, she discussed interactive whiteboards, like SMART technologies’ SMARTboards, multitouch LCDs, & Sympodium podium based interactive monitors, and iPads as interactive whiteboard surrogates. Temos demonstrated some of the software solutions for both Macs and PCs that drive and enable these innovative pieces of hardware, including SMART technology’s Notebook software, Meeting Pro software, and the Bridgit service, which integrates lecture capture, distance meeting, and screen sharing capabilities with SMART devices. Finally, she showed how a faculty member could use iPad apps like Doceri to remotely present, control, annotate, and otherwise run a classroom desktop machine. An audio-only recording of her talk is below.