Manage. Monitor. Know.

You don’t need more tools to manage your growing EdTech, just NetRef — an all-in-one solution for managing devices on your network, monitoring and controlling device use in physical and virtual classrooms, and measuring EdTech effectiveness with robust usage reports.

NetRef:

EdTech Management, Monitoring and Measurement

Three Essential EdTech Management Tools,
One Comprehensive Subscription

Manage Your Network

Set universal rules and oversee every district- and school-owned device on your network while providing teachers with micro-level classroom management.

NetRef for IT

Monitor Your Class

classroom device management

Keep students on task online. Watch over web use on individual devices from a simple dashboard, and redirect activity with a click of a button when you spot distractions.

NetRef for Teachers

Measure EdTech Use

View usage across school sites. Aggregate data and compare it to total cost and student performance to determine the value of EdTech investments and inform future purchasing.

NetRef for Admins

Features and Benefits

One Solution for Total EdTech Management

Seamless Integration with SIS and LMS

No Installation or Downloads Required

Multi-Level Rule Setting for Flexibility with Filters and Firewalls

Enhanced EdTech Usage Data

Easy, One-Click Controls

Cloud-Based App for Chromebooks

Cloud-based App for Windows Devices

Cloud-based App for MacBooks

Educators Share All the Ways NetRef Helps Them “Get Back to Teaching!”

New! Advanced Content Filtering

Cipafilter

Unwanted content and distractions can come from unexpected places online. Block sites using NetRef’s Classroom Management features but add another layer of protection with real-time, context-sensitive content filtering from our partner, Cipafilter.

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How NetRef Works for You

What Educators Say ...

Nick Simov

Nick Simov

One of the reasons I chose NetRef is the fact that it’s the most versatile solution.”

Nick Simov
Argo Community High School
Summit, IL

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Kelci Meadows

Kelci Meadows

It caught my attention because the teacher interface was the most simple of all
that I saw the demonstrations for.”

Kelci Meadows
Whitehouse Independent School District, TX

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Carman Jenkins

Carman Jenkins

We initially bought it just to monitor what students are doing on their computers,
and now we’ve come up with all these different uses.”

Carman Jenkins
Lafayette County School District, MS

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Jennifer Lawrence-Dishman

Jennifer Lawrence-Dishman

I use a lot of media in my class. I use Google Classroom for everything. NetRef is
a way for me to keep students accountable.”

Jennifer Lawrence-Dishman
Putnam County School System, TN

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Duane Embry

Duane Embry

I don’t know that I’ve ever come across a program that supports us quite this
well.”

Duane Embry, Director of Educational Technology
Walton County School District, GA

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Jennifer Savery

Jennifer Savery

(NetRef) met so many different needs, and the platform is so easy to use. The
support system from NetRef is amazing.”

Jennifer Savery
Humboldt Community School District, IA

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Lukas Gotto

Lukas Gotto

It’s been really awesome to reach out to (NetRef) and hear them say ‘We can
certainly make that happen.'”

Lukas Gotto, Technology Integration Specialist
Alexandria School District, MN

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