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New iPad Classroom Workflow Management App Available

Vision ME allows teachers to present lessons directly on classroom iPads, showcase student work, blank student screens, block Internet access with the click of a button, administer web-based tests and quizzes, and more.
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Today Netop announced that the Vision ME iPad® classroom workflow app is now available in the App Store.

Vision ME allows teachers to present lessons directly on classroom iPads, showcase student work, blank student screens, block Internet access with the click of a button, administer web-based tests and quizzes, and more.

Three components are needed to use the app: the Vision ME teacher and Vision ME student apps, which are available to download for free on the App Store; and the web-based online learning and assessment tool, the Learning Center, which can be accessed from Netop’s Vision ME web page.

Pricing starts at $7.50 per user, with volume discounts available. For a free 30-day trial of Vision ME, visit http://www.netop.com/visionme.

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