Using Screen Snapshot

Using Screen Snapshot

Overview

Save a snapshot of a single student's entire screen as a standard image file. The date, time and student login name are included as part of the image's filename. This is a great way to save an example of student work or get a record of inappropriate behavior such as cyber bullying.



Here is a quick video demonstrating how to use the snapshot feature:

How To Save a Snapshot

  1. Select a student computer from the LanSchool Teacher Console.
  2. Click the "Snapshot" button from the toolbar.
  3. Choose a location on your computer to save the image file.
The file name will be formatted as [Login Name] ( [Machine Name] ) ( [Date] _ [Time] ).jpg


Keystroke Alerts / Banned Words List / eSafety



To configure Keystroke Alerts, select the Administer menu and then Preferences. Then select the Keystroke Alerts tab.

By default, when a student types one of the "Banned Words" a Screenshot of the student's screen will automatically be saved.

Keystroke Alerts also show up in the Report Server via the "eSafety" section.


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