DisplayNote is an interactive tool that allows participants in a meeting or students in a classroom to share and view documents and notes on the screens of all. DisplayNote, NEC Edition, is the latest interactive whiteboard tablet solution, which combines advanced collaboration tools with the market leading utilities. DisplayNote NEC Edition transforms lessons and presentations for classrooms and meeting rooms. Presenters can take control of their desktop display using the .
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What is DisplayNote?
Downloads Features Try for free Activate your licence. Voting Gauge levels of understanding by posing questions and getting live responses.
Downloads are available here. Works with any device. Screen capture Participants can capture content and personalise it by adding annotations and post-its, and save to their device. Collaborate and annotate on ideas in real-time.
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Two-way collaboration Participants can send annotations and images to the main screen and other connected devices. DisplayNote is an interactive tool that allows participants in a meeting or students in a classroom to share and view documents and notes on the screens of all participating PCs or tablets.
With the tap of a button, they can capture your screen, add their own notes, and save everything for review at a later time. This was by far one of the easiest products in this genre to use and didn’t require special hardware to be installed.
You can also launch your email software and then send an image of the screen to someone who is not attending the meeting. I now engage more with my iPad and interactive board, making my lessons more interactive and engaging for students. Students can actively participate in lessons on a sharing basis.
The teacher is able to select a PC or tablet of students to display their screen on the host PC’s large screen. Wirelessly broadcast your screen to all connected devices. Take the effort out of content distribution. Home Solutions Wireless presentation for meeting rooms and huddle spaces.
Multisite collaboration software for interactive touchscreens. All participants can write on the same screen, or individual screens can be projected on the host’s PC screen; you can also send private messages to individual participants. This allows you to hold paper-less meetings since data can be viewed on the participant PCs or tablets.
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Participants can write on their own PCs or tablets, or take notes, and then save the data for later use. Collaboration software for instructional based learning. This is a great app to use in a group setting as everyone can share information and ideas instantly. Resources Our most popular blogs, ebooks and webinars. It lets you pose questions to the audience, send private messages, and select who can collaborate and contribute to your presentation.
Participants can capture content and personalise it by adding annotations and post-its, and save to their device. Wirelessly share your screen to a meeting room display. Joining the session is easy.
Top of this page. Works across any network. DisplayNote also allows underlining or circling on screen to present key points more visually.
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. Work with us Become a partner of DisplayNote today.
Your audience simply open the free appenter their name secure session ID, and they can see your content.
Presenters and participants can use AirPlay to wirelessly cast native content from an iOS device up to the main display. DisplayNote can be launched on different devices allowing the user to participate in meetings or lessons and view the same screen as everyone else.
In-app manager gives you control. On the host PC screen, you can also display the projector’s remote control and use it to control the projector.