Netop Launches Third Upgrade of Vision ME iPad App
With its third upgrade since introducing
the Vision ME iPad
classroom workflow app last October, Netop
is now offering teachers an improved
student enrollment process and both teachers and students the ability to
more file formats. At the same time, it added Japanese to the list of
languages it is available in.
The latest version of Vision
ME means teachers and students
can now present, share and view file formats of all versions of
Excel, PowerPoint, iWorks and a variety of video formats.
"We've made it easier than ever for teachers to share
different file types with students in real time," said Netop CEO Kurt
an immediate way to engage students more deeply in classroom
The new version also makes it easier for teachers to
invite new students to create accounts or join classes.
Introduced last fall, the Vision ME made it possible
teachers to present lessons directly on classroom iPads, showcase
blank student screens, block Internet access and administer Web-based
It could also help teachers to distribute and collect
assignments, broadcast messages and chat with students, both
In January, Netop's enhancements
of Vision ME included the
ability for students to make presentations to the rest of the class from
own iPads and to share files with both their classmates and those
In February, a
new version of the app was introduced that was
available in Spanish, French, Dutch and German, as well as English. By
an iOS language setting, teachers could use multiple languages and
classes with students who spoke different languages.
The Vision ME apps are available for $7.50 per user
volume discounts, preceded by a free 30-day trial period.
Michael Hart is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer and the former executive editor of THE Journal.