Software Helps Create Virtual Classrooms

NoClassRoom.com is now using NetOp School software to provide software training live via the Internet. NetOp School enables an instructor to increase student productivity by being able to monitor their PC activity while they work. Teachers can also enhance classroom interactivity with the program by broadcasting live demo screens to participants, marking up the featured screen to highlight a lesson, creating monitored chat rooms, or allowing students to send private questions via an instant-message button on their PC. With NetOp School, instructors can also send coursework and files to all student PCs, remote control students for one-on-one instruction, shut down or restart PCs, and view their connected classroom in several different ways. CrossTec Corp., Boca Raton, FL, (800) 675-0729, www.crossteccorp.com.

This article originally appeared in the 10/01/2002 issue of THE Journal.

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