So you want to display what’s on your mobile device to your class? There are a variety of ways to do this from direct wired VGA connection or with Apple TV (for the iPad) or with apps (such as AirServer app).
7 Ways to show iPad on a projector screen – a post by Tony Vincent on the Learning in Hand blog describing a variety of ways in which to display what’s seen on the iPad on a projector, with each scenario explained and the resources required to make it work. Each situation makes one tool more suitable than another so this post also explains how different situations will be best served. Click here for 8 ways to show your iPad on a projector screen, an updated version of this post by Tony Vincent
How to mirror iPads onto your whiteboard – a post by Tim Bleazard on the City of Bradford ICT support blog describing different ways of displaying what’s on the iPad through a projector.
Here’s a video by Richard Hirstwood showing how you can connect an iPad to a projector, screen or television with leads or via wireless: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gf2qeXC6aOo
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Here’s a video tutorial on using the Reflector app on an Ipad to mirror what appears on the iPad on a projector: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=4ezxd0Hsavk&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3D4ezxd0Hsavk%26feature%3Dyoutu.be&app=desktop
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Mirror360 – an app which promotes itself as able to mirror everything on the mobile device screen through a desktop computer to a projector