Stoneware, Inc. , the leader in classroom management software, announced the immediate availability of LanSchool 7.7.3. The release contains over 300 enhancements and fixes, many of which were voted on by the LanSchool community of teachers and techs.
The ability for teachers to interact with students while other students have their screens blanked was the most requested of the new features. However, the ability for teachers to be alerted if a student tries to get around LanSchool by disabling their network was a close second. LanSchool’s audio capabilities are easier to access and have been significantly improved to use less network bandwidth.
“For this release we focused on listening to our customers and making changes they requested.” said Rick German, CEO of Stoneware, Inc. “This will be an exciting release for our user community because they’ll get to see their direct impact on making LanSchool the best classroom management product on the market!”
Pricing and Availability
LanSchool 7.7.3. is a free upgrade for customers under a current maintenance agreement. LanSchool educational pricing starts at USD$20 per device. Site licenses, volume and educational discounts are available.
LanSchool Announced as a CODiE Award Finalist
Stoneware is excited to announce that LanSchool was named a finalist for the 2013 SIIA Education CODiE Awards for Best Classroom Management Solution. The SIIA CODiE Awards are the premier award for the software and information industries, and have been recognizing product excellence for 27 years.
This year’s program features 23 Education categories, several of which are new or updated to reflect the latest industry trends and business models. Winners will be announced during a special awards dinner at the nation’s leading education technology conference, the Ed Tech Industry Summit, in San Francisco on May 6.
“We’re pleased with the innovative educational technology products that made it to this stage. All of this year’s finalists show great promise, and they should be proud of their finalist status,” said Karen Billings, vice president of the SIIA Education Division. “I look forward to seeing them all in May at the Ed Tech Industry Summit.”
Details about each finalist are listed at http://siia.net/codies/2013/finalists.asp
Established in 2000, and acquired by Lenovo in 2012, Stoneware is a manufacturer of cloud computing and classroom management software. Stoneware’s Unified Cloud Platform allows IT to provide users with access to their files, applications, and reports from a universal webDesktop. With the acquisition of LanSchool Technologies, LLC. in 2011, Stoneware provides award-winning classroom management and monitoring software known for being reliable, simple, and easy-to-use.
Stoneware is headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana. Stoneware serves clients in public, commercial, manufacturing, and health care.