Miro is an online collaborative whiteboard platform.
Miro is a whiteboard space that allows immersive visual interactions, and can be used for class or small group collaboration in various modes of delivery, including face-to-face, dual-mode and online. It is commonly used for group brainstorming, planning and presenting ideas. It can be used for both asynchronous and synchronous collaboration.
Talk to one of our learning and teaching team about using Miro in your teaching.
Creating a Miro Board
Check out How to Create a Miro Board to get started.
Watch the Board Basics video for a quick demo.
And create a practice board and start playing. The best way to learn how to use Miro is to just try it out.
Create an educator account
The instructions below allow you to get create an educator account, where up to 100 named, or many more anonymous, people can collaborate on your boards.
- Download the two attached files (below). In the 'My_Details' document attached, replace the current details with the link to your own staff profile on the website, and photo of your staff card.
- Go to https://miro.com/contact/education/ and complete the account request form.
- Under 'Employment status', upload your updated 'My_Details' document.
- Under 'Accreditation confirmation', upload the 'University' document (no changes needed).