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waf
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« on: November 04, 2008, 14:17:42 PM »

http://www3.telus.net/public/robark/Fl_TeacherTool/index.html

Fl_TeacherTool is a program to help teachers teach by utilizing the benefits of a Linux Terminal Server. It was designed to fit into the K12LTSP distribution but may also work with other LTSP systems. It was developed on K12LTSP 4.2EL using C++ and FLTK. Released under the GNU GPL.

    *  New: Multiple classroom support
    * New: Spotlighting students.
      Allow one student to share in Broadcast control
    * List students connected to Terminal Server
    * View list of programs students are running
    * Run programs for students
    * Discover which students are running a particular program
    * Select students who are running a particular program
    * Invert selected students
      (handy for finding students who are NOT running a program)
    * Monitor student activity by viewing their screen
    * Control/Tutor a student by viewing and controlling their mouse and keyboard
    * Broadcast a window for classroom demonstration purposes
    * Distribute files to students home directories
    * Launch screensaver for students
      (handy for getting the attention of class)
    * Send short messages to students
    * Logoff students
    * Close a specific program for the entire class or a single student
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« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2008, 17:47:17 PM »

Interesting and useful program, but I am totally opposed to the monitoring of a persons screen - if that person has an account on the machine, it is their responsibility to their time sensibly, this program goes against user freedoms.
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