I wouldn't call myself technology savvy, but I do try.
At my school we use Promethean Boards (white boards) and a program called Active Inspire. I can't say I know much about that in comparison to smart boards. What I have been told is we aren't compatible with "smart boards".
Well, one of the goals at our school this year to do more interactive learning. My principal asked our staff to attend some summer training on Active Inspire. I attended 3 days and they were both really productive. Its always a bonus when you attend a professional development that isn't a waste of time, especially during the summer.
We were introduced to Promethean Planet.
We also learned to create interactive flip charts and it has been very fun to make those for the beginning of the year. I will admit, time consuming too. That is why Promethean Planet has come in handy. Not sure how I can share what I have made so far, when I figure that out, I will post those.
Maybe you can find something you can use from Promethean Planet.
Another site that I have used and love, is Janet's Interactive Site. She has created tons of interactive white board activities for all ages. My student's favorite was Bubble Burst. She has two, one for odd and even and one for prime and composite. They loved the competition.