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Netop Introduces MyVision Tools for Managing Classroom Technology

Posted Aug 24, 2009
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Netop has announced the introduction of MyVision, an innovative classroom management solution that offers teachers an internet-accessible, easy-to-use, personalized approach to classroom management, according to the announcement.

Two versions are planned: MyVision Free, which enables teachers to supervise student computer use and will be available for free download, and MyVision Basic, which features tools for guiding student learning on computers. Using MyVision Basic, teachers can supervise student computer use, blank student screens, project demonstrations, and turn internet access on or off with the click of a button. MyVision supports both PCs and Macs. 

MyVision is the first in a series of next-generation products to be offered by Netop’s Education Solutions team, which was formed when Netop acquired GenevaLogic in July 2008. GenevaLogic developed Vision6 classroom management software. Netop is known for remote-control solutions and offers Netop School software, which is a solution for classroom management. Netop will continue to offer both Vision6 and Netop School.

Free trials of the beta version of MyVision Basic are now available for download at and include a free subscription valid through December 2009. A one-year subscription for MyVision Basic will be available in the U.S. in late 2009.

Source: Netop Solutions A/S,

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