School Web Lockers is a leading provider of cost-effective, web-based tools for collaboration, distance learning, one-to-one computing and online storage. Formed in 2004 as a division of San Diego-based Networld Solutions, Inc., School Web Lockers today serves hundreds of K-12 schools and school districts across the U.S.
With School Web Lockers, students and instructors gain an efficient way to perform and share everyday projects, such as homework and class assignments, while administrators benefit from improved school-wide productivity. All School Web Lockers products are easy to deploy and manage, and offer complete firewall protection.
The School Web Lockers system is completely hostedwithin a co-location center, which means schools not only reduce their investment in technology infrastructure, but they also eliminate software maintenance and administration costs.
In addition, School Web Lockers is a paperless system. It removes the need for paper by allowing teachers to upload documents and post them directly into student web lockers. A teacher can simply upload one document and post it in all student lockers instead of making multiple handout copies. In turn, students can complete an assignment on the computer and upload the document into the "homework due" folder, from which it is then sent directly to the teacher. Files never override each other, so if 20 students turn in an assignment called "homework1," all 20 files will appear in the teacher's locker as "homework1." Each document has the user's name next to it and the date it was uploaded. It's a paperless work of art!
At some schools, students often become frustrated with the lack of storage capacity available to them, which forces them to finish tasks in one sitting or risk losing data. Or, they rely upon flash drives, disks, and other tools that can threaten the security of a schools' entire IT system. School Web Lockers eliminates these problems, providing each student and teacher with unlimited storage and easy remote access, so that work can be started in class and completed outside of school, anywhere and anytime.
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