Impero Software, provider of classroom management, network management and online safety software to schools, will host a panel discussion on digital citizenship this week at TCEA 2018 in Austin (booth 1955). Impero will also showcase the latest version of Impero Education Pro during the conference this week
Impero Software’s panel discussion, “Creating a Holistic Culture of Digital Citizenship,” will take place at 2 p.m. CST Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018 in room 18D. In addition to Fuller, panelists include Digital Citizenship Institute CEO Marialice Curran and Dr. Mike Ribble, the Digital Citizenship Institute’s Chief Academic Officer. They will discuss how to combine digital citizenship, technology software, and best practices to create a holistic culture of digital citizenship in schools.
Impero Education Pro alerts instructors or administrators if it detects students typing or searching certain keywords or phrases related to sexting, cyberbullying, radicalization, self-harm and more.
New features of Impero Education Pro (v6.3) include:
· An intuitive ‘enterprise console’ using cloud technology to help technical teams quickly apply settings to multiple servers.
· A web-based teacher console, providing a simple interface that offers a range of classroom control features and the ability to monitor multiple devices from a single web browser.
· Automatic keyword library updates, if desired, giving schools instant access to the latest versions.