Distance Learning and Vision

Posted by Matt Hall on March 18, 2020 at 12:55 PM


To our Vision customers,

Right now, you’re focused on your community. But we want you to know that you’re OUR community and we exist to support you, so we wanted to make sure you have the information you need to use Vision in a remote learning environment.

Vision and the Virtual Desktop Environment

If your school is making a plan for distance learning and might benefit from the implementation of a Virtual Desktop on your Windows devices, both Vision and Vision Pro currently support Remote Desktop Service. The Vision Student module can be installed and run on a central server and then be accessed by multiple students from almost any device that they use to connect to the server.

Access Step by Step Set-Up Instructions 

Vision for Chromebooks

We are working furiously to retool Vision for Chromebooks into a resource that can be used in a remote learning environment. You have invested in classroom management as a way to help your teachers manage students in the classroom, so we are adapting Vision for Chromebooks to have as much flexibility as possible to suit your changing needs. We will be in touch soon with an update.

If you need assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact Vision technical support. Our support team is standing by to help schools prepare as their needs evolve in the coming weeks.

We recognize that, from an education perspective, COVID-19 is creating a rapidly changing situation. However we are committed to supporting you and your team through this challenging time. 

All the best,

Matt Hall

Tags: Distance Learning

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