29th April 2021
American philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson once noted, "Explore a single person deeply enough, and truths about all individuals emerge." We decided to apply the same principle when it came to looking at our Montage product data from the last three months.
Montage is a smart collaboration software that lets users easily share content from their personal device to the main classroom display. Using a sample size of 250,000 of our most recent Montage users, we examined the data, uncovering how, when, and why screen sharing is used in the classroom. Using these results in conjunction with market data, we put together a full report.
“We wanted to shine a light on how teachers and students were using screen sharing. So we picked our last 250k education users and studied what they were doing in the app, be that at a touch screen or on a device”
Ed Morgan, COO at DisplayNote
On reviewing the data, we found: