Displaying on the board

I am new to Universal, and I cannot get the real book to display without the words I read. I click launch display and I get a message on a new page that says click on the display icon to share content. What am I missing?

By psorey
Posted on: August 29 2017
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  • On your computer, change your projector settings from "Duplicate" to "Extend." Then, drag that window you want them to see "off" your computer screen and "onto" the projector screen.


    In TeacherCentral, in the Teach section, once you select your current lesson, you can click on Launch Display at the top of the Real Book section of your lesson. If you are connected to the projector, it should work, but I will check with Tech Support to see if there is an issue that we are not aware of. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

    You also have to highlight the word to display and allow responses to be displayed. I have a digital resource shared from HMH explaining all the steps but can't figure out how to add a pdf. here. Message me and I can email it.


    I tried to email you directly, kathyw, but it bounced back to me for some reason. You can add it to the Resources by clicking on the Share a Resource in the Resources tab. If you still have trouble doing that, email me at AskDee@sbcglobal.net, and I can add the resource for you. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

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