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

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 ...

Florangel Globle

Florangel Globle

With NetRef, I’m able to give my students the freedom that they want with their electronic devices, and at the same time make sure that I’m monitoring them … on task, staying out of trouble.”

Mrs. Florangel Goble, English Teacher
Pinecrest Preparatory Middle-High School
Miami, FL

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Mrs. Hannah

Mrs. Hannah

We rarely used computers in my class last year, and it was because of the capacity for misconduct! I never felt like I had peace of mind about allowing students to use them because of some of the sites I knew they were able to visit. Now, with NetRef, I feel like I can use computers again in class!”

Mrs. Hannah, Spanish Teacher
Orangewood Christian School
Maitland, FL

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Andrew Kutt

Andrew Kutt

Keeping students focused and safe while they explore and learn is crucial at Oneness-Family School, where we emphasize discovery without direct instruction and strive to equip students with the skills necessary for navigating the global 21st century. As a small, independent school, we need technological solutions that are affordable and manageable as digital learning expands. We found NetRef’s application to be ideal.”

Mr. Andrew Kutt, Founder and Head of School
Oneness-Family School
Frankfort, IL

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Arica Prado

Arica Prado

Our new investment in NetRef will help our teachers and students maximize the web as an educational and collaborative learning tool.”

Mrs. Arica PradoPrincipal
All Saints Catholic School
Fort Worth, TX
Charlie Cass

Charlie Cass

(NetRef) gave us more direction rather than just blocking. NetRef empowered our educators, allowing us to determine what we wanted students to use. That was a huge upgrade from just filtering our network.”

Mr. Charley Cass, Principal
Central Junior High School
Frankfort, IL

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New from NetRef

On-Demand Webinar: More Learning Less Netflix: Keeping Students Engaged in Classrooms and at Home

On-Demand Webinar: More Learning Less Netflix: Keeping Students Engaged in Classrooms and at Home

Support Learning This School Year — No Matter Where It Takes Place Most school districts are planning for some form of remote learning at some point during the 2020-21 school year. And if/when that happens, devices will play a critical role in facilitating instruction Watch this on-demand webinar to hear…
Expert Panel: How to Keep Learning Progressing When Schools Go Remote

Expert Panel: How to Keep Learning Progressing When Schools Go Remote

This summer, NetRef joined educators and education experts (online, of course) at the virtual ConnexionED conference to discuss their experiences with remote learning in the spring — what worked, what didn’t and what they’re doing to make it a more enriching experience for teachers, students and parents this school year.…
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