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Projecting Your MacBook or iPad Part 1
Teachers have a variety of options for connecting their MacBook to a projector depending on the type of projector and network environment.
The simplest and most reliable method is to connect directly to the projector via an adapter or “dongle” that plugs into your MacBook. Current MacBooks support adapters that connect to the mini display port or thunderbolt port (pictured below). Depending on your projector, you would choose either a VGA or HDMI adapter.
|The mini display to VGA adapter can be purchased in the Apple Store.|
|Mini Display to HDMI adapters can also be purchased in the Apple Store.|
Part 2 of this article will look at ways to project your MacBook wirelessly using Apple TV or apps like Reflector.