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    Network/class management software with voice over

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    I have used a good range of monitoring software, iTalc, Impero, Tutor etc. But, what I would really like to do is have this kind of control and be able to communicate with the class/groups/individuals with mic/headsets. I know that hardware based solutions are available, but I know of at least one company that was working on a software based solution. I can't remember their name, it was a few years ago, but I would imagine that they were not the only company on the case. Is there anything out there that will do the job?

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    Laurence, can you explain a bit more on what you are looking for?

    Is this for a virtual type of delivery, or LAN based?

    Grokworx has a solution that allows you to provision virtual labs (hosted in the cloud and/or LAN) and see what the student is doing by visiting their desktop, and they also have an audio conferencing solution embedded into their platform.



    Geoff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurence View Post
    Hi All

    I have used a good range of monitoring software, iTalc, Impero, Tutor etc. But, what I would really like to do is have this kind of control and be able to communicate with the class/groups/individuals with mic/headsets. I know that hardware based solutions are available, but I know of at least one company that was working on a software based solution. I can't remember their name, it was a few years ago, but I would imagine that they were not the only company on the case. Is there anything out there that will do the job?

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    In latest versions of Netsupport and in tutor 5 (based on Net Support) you can communicate via microphone and headphones etc.

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    As Russ said. NetSupport has had voice facilities built in for soem time now and, as a product is ver good. I'd buy NetSupport Manager as you get NetSupport School for free

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    Thanks Guys. Just what I needed to know. What I was after was the ability to talk over a headset to a class, parts of a class, individuals while I am watching what they are doing at my PC. NetSupport looks like a good starting point.

    Cheers

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