Education Organizations use DataParser for Monitoring Remote Learning
Remote learning has become a crucial component for education organizations to reopen amidst the Coronavirus pandemic. Schools must decide which remote learning systems will work best for proposed plans and how the systems will be monitored to ensure efficacy and security.
17a-4 LLC works with education organizations deploying DataParser for remote learning systems. DataParser is a leading compliance solution to collect and format data for supervision. The Coronavirus pandemic has launched remote learning platforms to a national audience. Virtually every public and private school, college, and the university has incorporated remote learning into reopening plans. Platforms like Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Slack, and Google have been deployed as online classrooms for teachers and students to use. Institutions must now manage these systems in accordance with standards and policies.
“We’ve seen an increase in requests from school districts and colleges for DataParser plans. Remote learning has extended online meeting platforms beyond business uses. DataParser ensures administrators can monitor online class activities,” said Charles Weeden, Managing Partner of 17a-4.
DataParser can be deployed to collect online meeting information so schools can offer platforms that will be monitored for safety standards. DataParser has no impact on the collected data source networks. Remote learning users’ chat and collaboration activities are not disrupted by the DataParser’s processes. The meeting information, participant attendance, and chat activity is collected and formatted so school administrators can monitor activity via an archive/repository in use or email.