The literature on technology implementation stresses the importance of teacher training. Most research emphasizes the lack of training as a barrier to positive integration of new technology. Yet more than half of the teachers participating have had no formal training in the use of an Interactive Whiteboard.The issue of saving lessons can refer to perceived ease of usage. The question attempts to understand how teachers are adapting to the new technology. Teachers who do not save their work haven't yet realized this time saving value inherent in technology. These teachers are in the minority. A removable memory stick allows teachers to save their lessons but not to share with one another. This could be another time saving mechanism and an experience that increases teacher technology skill. The same is true of a personal network area. These teachers are in the majority. A full two-thirds of the teachers use a memory stick or a personal network area to save their work. Only one-forth of the teachers are saving their work to their department's recourse bank where teachers could easily share their work with each other.