Using the Netsupport Software for Laptop and Classroom Management in Active Learning Classrooms 

Thursday, August 22, 1:30 pm to 2:45 pm
Campus: 
Dayton
207 Student Sucess Center
Audience: 
Current Students
Faculty
Staff

Led by Greg Asman, Instructional Designer, CTL.  Netsupport is a software package that helps faculty facilitate and manage instruction and student learning activities that utilize large installations of student computers/laptops in the Active Learning/SCALE UP Classrooms in the Student Success Center and Russ Engineering Center and allows the instructor to blank and lock student’s laptop’s screen, share the instructor’s screen on every laptop, randomly select students, share an individual student’s screen with the entire class, manage access to applications on the laptops as well as student’s internet access, facilitate group work, allow every student to respond to questions pushed to their computers by the instructor and share the result with the class, distribute files to and collect files from every laptop as well as manage all classroom laptops via a mobile phone, iPad or tablet. Participants in this session will be given an overview on how to use the key features of the NetSupport package.

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