DisplayNote: A Class Collaboration System for BYOD

Thursday, May 01 | 2:30pm - 3:30pm ET | Harborside Ballroom Foyer
Session Type: Professional Development
DisplayNote is a desktop and mobile application that lets faculty stream content from their computer or tablet to student devices. DisplayNote works with iPads, Android tablets, PCs and Macs in a collaborative mode in the classroom. Faculty can display apps from their tablet to the classroom computer and projector, and view and display student device screens to the classroom projector. Many of the features of interactive boards are also available, along with controlling the classroom computer. Questions can be posed to students and responses received instantly. This new system has the potential of dramatically changing the classroom environment.


  • Lloyd Onyett

    Assistant Dean for Technology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania