Netop, a provider of classroom management software, has announced an update to MyVision, its tool for teaching with technology. Now both MyVision Basic and MyVision Free will support mixed platform environments, allowing teachers to manage students working on both Macs and PCs simultaneously. In addition, the company debuted a new volume purchasing program for MyVision Basic, making the economically priced classroom management software even more affordable for teachers and schools, the announcement states.
Launched late last year, MyVision is a new entry-level classroom management software offering from Netop designed for teachers who need simple, basic controls over classroom computers. MyVision Basic provides four essential tools for teaching with computers, so any teacher can supervise student computer work, share on-screen demonstrations, capture the attention of the class, and control student internet access. Available via low-cost online subscriptions, MyVision Basic is designed for teachers who have not been able to afford standard classroom management software previously.
MyVision Free, offering the most fundamental tools for teaching with technology, is available to all schools as a free download. With MyVision Free, teachers can supervise student computer use, monitor web browsing, assess student progress, identify students who need extra help, and improve classroom time on task, according to the announcement. MyVision Free provides a subset of the features in MyVision Basic and may be upgraded seamlessly at any time.
With Netop's new volume discounts for MyVision Basic, the regular annual subscription price of $199 is discounted by $25 each when two or more teachers purchase MyVision Basic together, and even deeper discounts are available for subscriptions of 10 or more, and 25 or more.
For more information or a free 30-day trial of MyVision, go to www.netop.com/myvision.
Source: Netop Solutions A/S, www.netop.com