DisplayNote Classroom takes what’s on your device and wirelessly casts it in real-time to everyone in the room.
No paper copies, no reformatting, and no recreating content to suit your audience’s devices.
DisplayNote Classroom is much more than casting your screen to connecting devices.
Anyone connected to your session can share their screen, annotations and images with you or with each other, making lessons interactive for teachers and students.
DisplayNote Classroom lets your audience follow your presentation on their device in real-time.
With the tap of a button, they can capture your screen, add their own notes, and save everything for review at a later time.
DisplayNote Classroom’s in-app manager keeps you in control with live data on who’s connected and following your slides.
It lets you pose questions to the audience, send private messages, and select who can collaborate and contribute to your presentation.
Teachers shouldn’t be tethered to the front of the room. With DisplayNote Classroom you can choose to present from your PC, or from anywhere else in the room.
Using your mobile device, you can simply take remote control of your PC and use DisplayNote Classroom in exactly the same way.
Your audience can connect to a session using any modern laptop, phone or tablet, with support for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Chromebook and AirPlay.
Joining the session is easy. Your audience simply open the free app , enter their name secure session ID, and they can see your content.
DisplayNote Classroom works in almost any network configuration: private WiFi, guest WiFi, across sub-nets, mobile data, or a combination of all.
You can also run a session online or offline, meaning you don’t need an internet connection to continue with your lesson.
Wirelessly stream what’s on your screen, to the devices of connected participants.
Participants can send annotations and images to the main screen and other connected devices.
Participants can capture content and personalise it by adding annotations and post-its, and save to their device.
Gauge levels of understanding by posing questions and getting live responses.
Let’s you view participants active status, pause any device and choose who can collaborate.
Presenters and participants can use AirPlay to wirelessly cast native content from an iOS device up to the main display.