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Main Learning Displays

What is an MLD?

 

 

The Main Learning Display (MLD) is an interactive digital system that replaces traditional teaching displays such as a whiteboard or projector.

The standard MLD setup consists of an interactive panel, a Mini PC, a webcam and a wireless keyboard and mouse. 

With powerful speakers and a large screen, you can present a wide variety of learning materials, use digital inking tools to annotate directly on the screen, connect to cloud-based applications and enable students to interact with their learning in new ways.

 

WebCam and Mini PC

Pedagogy

Connecting multiple MLDs

Effective use of the webcam 

Collaborating using online applications

Leveraging STEM technologies

Integrating digital ink into teaching 

There are several different types of MLDs. Select your model below to get started.

Device specific information

Caring for the MLD

From time to time, the MLD screen may become dusty or be marked by fingerprints, making the image display unclear. Let’s investigate best practice in cleaning the panel.

Moving the MLD

If the MLD is installed on a trolley, staff have the flexibility to move the display to different areas. This video demonstrates how to safely manoeuvre the MLD around the room.

Troubleshooting

Activating your webcam

Accessibility settings on the MLD 

Using as a second screen 

Sound management

Casting MLD content to student devices

Upcoming webinars

Join the Digital Support Team for a series of upcoming webinars, introducing you to Main Learning Displays (MLDs). Register now!