ISTE Live 2022
In this June 28 video interview from ISTE Live 2022 in New Orleans, Ed Morgan illustrates how DisplayNote's Montage software solution helps K–12 teachers who want to wirelessly share any device's screen to the main display in a classroom — allowing teachers to move around while still casting the screen of their choice to the main display.
DisplayNote's web-based Broadcast solution allows a teacher to share the screen of their choice with up to 40 connected student devices — so students can all see what the teacher is seeing in real-time. Once it's shared with each device, it can be saved, annotated, and accessed later within each device's Google Classroom account, since Broadcast now offers integration with Google Classroom.
Learn more or try a free trial at DisplayNote.com.
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Kristal Kuykendall is editor, 1105 Media Education Group. She can
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