Libraries and learning resource centres are central hubs for learning, collaborating, researching and creating. The information and facilities on offer go far beyond books, with many offering digital resources from laptops and desktop machines to video recording and printing equipment. There are often break out areas, where young people are encouraged to adopt independent learning and explore the opportunities of different subjects, resource types and future careers.
When technology is being used in these learning environments, it’s important that students remain focused on their learning and not distracted by the myriad other resources they can access. Whether it’s an online game, a news article, or social media, Impero Education Pro‘s classroom control tools empower library staff to monitor online activity in real time. Opening up access to young people in these environments is important for helping to develop good digital skills. That’s where Impero Education Pro’s online safety tools step in: with keyword detection and capture management, library staff are empowered to identify potential online safety risks in real time, so that the appropriate intervention and support can be provided immediately.