For use within your Apple Mac ® or Linux classroom, NetSupport Assist is a focused classroom management software solution that ensures teachers have the tools they need to monitor, engage and collaborate with their students.
Benefiting from NetSupport’s 20+ years supplying market-leading solutions to education, NetSupport Assist rises to the challenge and requirements of today’s modern classroom.Read more
Delivering secure connectivity with student machines across both wired and wireless networks, NetSupport Assist can be easily configured to locate ‘students’ wherever they may be and without compromising network performance:
NetSupport Assist provides the tools a teacher needs to centrally manage machines within their classroom – at the start, during and after a lesson:
Maintain a focused and engaging learning environment with NetSupport Assist’s real-time presentation and collaboration tools:
Ensure your classroom technology is being used for appropriate lesson-related research!
* Active website details are only supported on the Mac platform. The Remote Control option can be used to view actual desktop activity.
Remotely view an individual student’s screen to provide direct and discreet 1:1 support:
Teachers rely on the availability of their classroom computers. In the event of a system issue you therefore need the school technician to get you up and running as soon as possible.
With the NetSupport Assist ‘Support Tool’ you can supply all the system data the technician needs to help diagnose and fix the problem. The Support Tool is a small utility installed on each machine. With one click the problem machine is interrogated and the system files, processes and log files are saved in a file that can be supplied to the IT technician.
NetSupport Assist is fully optimized for use with both wired and wireless networks. The philosophy for managing computers in a wireless environment is to maximize performance without compromising the network or the devices servicing it.
With that in mind, NetSupport Assist provides a specific low-bandwidth mode that allows data throughput to be matched to the wireless network and access point speeds when performing a real-time show to a class.