Simply put it is to expand the coverage and operation of the evaluation. One example of a multi-device evaluation is as follows. One device sets on a table where someone is typing in the participant’s information. This device on the table is casting to a second device (easily done without cables or an internet connection) set on a tripod next to the sign in person. As participants sign in, the first device on the table is casting the entry form screen to the second device on the tripod. As the information is being typed in, the participant can easily view what the sign in person is typing and to verify that it is or is not correct. If it is correct, the participant can simply touch the “Add” button on the second device to finish entering themselves into the evaluation. A third device such as a TV monitor can also be connected to one of the devices to cast and to preview the evaluation reports. Also, some evaluators have their tablets in rugged hand-held case enclosures (moving throughout the evaluation) that is also casting to TV monitors on tables, on walls, fences, boards, etc. to cast evaluation reports as they finish each station or category. There are many scenarios why casting to multiple devices makes sense.