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Freedom to move: share your screen from anywhere in the room.

Montage lets you and your students wirelessly cast what's on your device to the main display from anywhere in the room. No cables. no restrictions.

Share from your browser.

Connect using your browser for fuss-free screen sharing. Montage uses the internet to ensure connection, all you have to do is start sharing. Simple.

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Get collaborative. Grid View lets you view up to 4 streams to quickly compare multiple students' work at the same time.

Mobile mirroring on any network.

Sometimes it's not possible for all devices to be on the same network. Our dedicated apps for iOS and Android allow you and your students to mirror your mobile device to the main display, no matter what network you're on.

Present and annotate at the same time.

With built-in drawing tools, Montage enhances your content by allowing you to highlight, underline and draw attention to anything on the main display.

Support for all devices and streaming protocols.

Montage supports every major device type: including Windows, Mac, Web, iOS, and Android, with support for AirPlay and Google Cast, and apps for one-time guest and network-wide deployment.

Goodbye hardware!

Montage is 100% software-only solution that can be deployed across all your network, added to your touch screen or installed on any in-room PC. That means no expensive hardware to buy. No dongles. No cables to set-up. Easy.

Everything you need for an engaging, collaborative classroom experience.

Why our customers love DisplayNote Montage.

Customer Story: Hybrid learning at Horizon High

Horizon High School, Arizona, incorporates DisplayNote Montage and Broadcast to improve instruction and collaboration in the hybrid classroom.

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Customer Story: Untethered teaching at Mayfield School District

Mayfield School District, Ohio, uses DisplayNote Montage to upgrade the schools’ existing technology, enabling flexible screen-sharing in over 400 classrooms. “Teachers are no longer land-locked to their desks."

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