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GenevaLogic Unveils New Features, Enhancements to Its Classroom Management Software

GenevaLogic Unveils New Features, Enhancements to Its Classroom Management Software











Portland, Ore. and Langenthal, Switzerland (PRWEB) June 25, 2007

GenevaLogic today unveiled a number of enhancements to its family of award-winning classroom management software. Already recognized as the easiest and most effective classroom management software available today, Vision is now even easier to use, with a sleeker look and improved tools for managing classroom computers. Launched in 1996, Vision is currently used in more than 50,000 classrooms worldwide.

Vision is the easy-to-use classroom management software that empowers teachers and trainers to guide and supervise student computer activity from the instructor's computer screen. Teachers use Vision to enhance learning, supervise student progress, monitor or prevent Web browsing, share computer screens and remotely control student computers.

"Every update that we make to our classroom management software is focused on enhancements that help teachers easily and effectively use technology to improve student learning," said Kirk Greiner, chief executive officer, GenevaLogic. "The new features in Vision and Surf-Lock were specifically requested by the thousands of teachers worldwide who use Vision every day to successfully teach with technology."

Vision's new advanced supervision mode offers teachers enlarged views of all student computers with flexible, real-time monitoring of individual computers. In addition, teachers can now use Vision's popular plug-in, Surf-Lock, to guide student Web surfing by posting a list of sites selected for their use on each student screen, and instantly control student browsing from their computer with a single click.

All products in the Vision family - including Surf-Lock, App-Control, Pointer and the new Vision Teach-Pad - are now compatible with the new Windows Vista operating systems. This means that schools can use GenevaLogic's classroom management software to allow teachers to easily and effectively teach with technology on their school's newest computers as well as their other Windows legacy machines.

Vision, Surf-Lock and App-Control are sold either separately or as part of the Vision School Kit and the Vision Class Kit. The Vision Class Kit is available for $ 999 per lab or classroom, with a limit of two per school. A site license for the Vision School Kit is $ 3,999 for schools with fewer than 1,000 students and $ 4,499 for schools with 1,000 or more students. Site licenses for the comprehensive set of classroom management software tools offered in the Vision School Kit Plus are $ 4,999 for schools with fewer than 1,000 students and $ 5,999 for schools with 1,000 or more students. Free 30-day evaluation copies of Vision, Surf-Lock, App-Control and Pointer are available for download at GenevaLogic.com.

Complete information about GenevaLogic's classroom management software solutions and purchasing options is available at http://www.GenevaLogic.com or by calling 866-725-7833.

About GenevaLogic

GenevaLogic has one passion: enabling educators to manage, control and optimize the use of technology to support teaching and learning. Founded in 1996, with headquarters in Langenthal, Switzerland, and Portland, Ore., the privately held company is an international leader in active teaching systems whose Vision classroom management software is used in more than 50,000 classrooms worldwide. The company's award-winning education software solutions - Vision, App-Control, Surf-Lock, Pointer, Plan-It, Protect-On, Print-Limit™ and Print-Limit Pro - allow schools, universities and training centers to get more learning value from their technology investments. For more information, visit http://www.GenevaLogic.com.

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