DisplayNote has announced that Lega del Filo d’Oro, an association in Osimo, Italy, that works with children with severe sensory difficulties, is now using Montage to make learning more accessible for its students.
Lega del Filo d’Oro has been assisting, educating, and rehabilitating deaf-blind children to give them more personal autonomy in their lives for over 50 years. To continue to provide these opportunities, however, a solution was needed that would enable teachers to share content quickly and easily from their personal devices to the large interactive touchscreen at the front of the classroom. This would enable students with visual impairments to follow the material more easily.
The Association opted to use DisplayNote Montage alongside its interactive touchscreen. Montage offers easy wireless screen sharing from personal devices and with the DisplayNote app installed on their tablets, teachers can share content to the central screen at the touch of a button without physically having to connect to a PC or set up cables.
PC back control means teachers can also open apps on their desktops from the interactive touchscreen, giving them more freedom and flexibility to move about the room and engage with students.
“Montage is a very stimulating tool for our students,” said Paolo de Cecco from the Lega del Filo d’Oro. “Being able to share from the teachers’ tablet to the screen is so important to us.”
Ed Morgan, COO at DisplayNote, added: “This was a hugely rewarding project to be part of, and to see DisplayNote Montage being used in this way, to truly engage and assist students while helping teachers work more effectively with seamless screen sharing, mobile mirroring, annotation and more, has been fantastic.”