Connecting your device to a docking station.


This guide will show you how you can connect your device onto the docking stations within classrooms to display content on the TV’s


When plugged into your laptop the docking station will provide your device with the following:

  • Laptop Charging (USB-Type C)
  • Provides network connection
  • Additional USB connections
  • Delivers video and audio to classroom TV’s


To connect your laptop into the docking station there will be a loose cable on desk with a USB-C and USB-A converter as shown below:

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USB Type-A

Most common USB type seen on Memory Sticks

USB Type-C

Becoming the dominant USB connection, seen commonly on mobiles.

Please check your device and connect with USB-C as the preferred connection is possible, if your device does not support USB-C please connect the converter and plug into your device.

The only difference in connecting your device using USB-C to USB-A is that Type-C charges your device where Type-A does not, all other functionality works.

Once you have connected your laptop using USB Type A or C your device will automatically connect to and display on the TV, not further setup is required.


Pressing the windows + P Key on your keyboard once connected to the docking stations allows you to extend or duplicate your screen