NetSupport Assist

NetSupport Assist 1.1

Instruct, monitor and interact with your students in a MAC, Linux or mixed environment.
 
1.1 (See all)

With NetSupport Assist, teachers can improve the efficiency of classroom teaching by centrally instructing students from their computer. From registering attendance at the start, monitoring activity during and logging off machines at the end of the lesson, NetSupport Assist allows teachers to focus their time and attention on their students, rather than on managing the classroom.
View Student Activity, monitor the entire class or selected students with high quality scalable thumbnails of each desktop. Zoom to focus on individuals or click for full 1:1 remote control. Take control of the screen, keyboard and mouse of each or any student workstation where teacher assistance is required. Deliver engaging presentations by showing the teacher's screen to each student desktop. Control Internet use.
NetSupport Assist allows teachers to instantly see which sites students are visiting and, if needed, take remedial action to block access. Centrally monitor the applications in use on each and every student machine in real time to ensure the class is always focused on the task in hand. Instant Surveys, ensure students have understood the content covered during the lesson by polling them for instant feedback, collating and displaying results instantly. Share ideas and encourage classroom collaboration by conducting on-screen discussions that include the entire class or just selected students. Student Registration. Request standard and custom information for each student at the start of the class, create an attendance report and use the provided details to personalize your lesson.
NetSupport Assist is designed to work flawlessly over both wired and wireless networks and, at all times, not impact on network capability.
What's new in this version:
Version 1.11 includes support for handing out and collecting files and documents in the classroom and new support for Mountain Lion.

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