schools using 'slang dictionary' to keep tabs on pupils
24th January 2014
Impero has worked closely with UK schools to develop an extensive list of key words, acronyms and abbreviations, commonly used by young people online, in order to recognise bullying and racist behaviour and potential risk.
technology - an A-Z of slang to combat bullying
24th January 2014
Impero, providers of leading classroom management software and e-safety software, have recently released new keyword libraries designed to help schools crack down on inappropriate online behaviour.
e-safety tactics for 2014
9th January 2014
Impero’s CEO, Jonathan Valentine, discusses why blocking websites is not the answer to keeping students safe in schools and considers what approaches schools could adopt instead.
e-safety in schools - combatting cyberbulling
26th November 2013
Impero have worked in partnership with Our Lady’s Convent School, Loughborough, to develop a keyword detection library as part of its e-safety in schools features in their classroom management software solution, Impero Education Pro. Members of the school’s student council gave up their lunchtimes to create a list of keywords and phrases most likely to be used
cyberbully action by OLCS students
20th November 2013
Impero has used pupil’s work to develop a keyword detection library as part of its network management software solution. OUR Lady’s Convent School has teamed up with local company Impero to combat cyberbullying. Members of the school’s student council gave up their lunchtimes to create a list of keywords and phrases – such as commonly
Nottingham-built computer program used in US schools
14th September 2011
Impero’s flagship product for education is being used in US schools to ‘clamp down’ on gang activity. The classroom management software solution has sold to more than 1,500 schools and colleges in the US, helping to control internet access and identifying when certain terms are typed anywhere on a school’s network. The classroom management software