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User Manual

Snetclass V8.0
User Manual ................................................................................... 1
Snetclass V8.0 ..................................................................................... 1
System Requirements: .................................................................... 2
Hardware Requirements: ................................................................. 2
Network Requirements: ................................................................... 3
Regular Setup ................................................................................ 3
Silent Setup ................................................................................... 3
Teacher program operation .............................................................. 3
Create accountant for teacher. .................................................... 3
System Login............................................................................ 4
Student Connection ................................................................... 4
Main menu of teacher program.................................................... 6
Title bar ............................................................................. 7
View Mode .......................................................................... 8
Monitor View ................................................................. 8
Report View ................................................................... 9
Policy View .................................................................... 9
File Submit View ...........................................................12
Class Model........................................................................12
Remote Message ................................................................12
Event Log ..........................................................................12
State Bar ...........................................................................13
Functions of teacher using .........................................................13
Manage Class .....................................................................13
Register Students ...............................................................14
Screen Broadcast ................................................................14
Student Demonstration ........................................................16
Net Movie ..........................................................................16
Camera .............................................................................18
Monitor and Control ............................................................18
Remote Command ..............................................................20

Group Management.............................................................22
Chat .................................................................................24
Group Chat...................................................................24
Topic Chat ....................................................................26
Group Teaching ..................................................................27
Quiz..................................................................................29
Quiz Maker ...................................................................29
Start Quiz ..........................................................................36
Quiz Grader .......................................................................39
Survey ..............................................................................43
File Distribution ..................................................................44
File Submission ..................................................................46
File Collection .....................................................................47
Screen Recording and playback.............................................47
Silent and Silent off.............................................................49
Setting of teacher program ..................................................49

System Requirements:
Windows
Windows
Windows
Windows

8 32/64bits
7 /SP1 32/64bits
Vista SP1/SP2
XP

Hardware Requirements:
Teacher side
Minimum Requirements: CPU P4 2.8G, 1Gbytes Memory, 128Mbytes Display
Card
Recommended Requirements: CPU Core 2 E6300, 2Gbytes Memory, 256Mbytes
Display Card

Student side
Minimum Requirements: CPU Celeron 1G, 512Mbytes Memory, 128Mbytes
Display Card
Recommended Requirements: CPU Core 2 E4300, 1Gbytes Memory, 128Mbytes
Display Card

Network Requirements:
1. Wired Network: 10Mbytes/100Mbytes/1000Mbytes Shared Network or
Switched Network
2. Wireless Network: 802.11b/g/n wireless network.

Regular Setup
Install teacher program, please click teacher.exe, and install it according to the
install guide, and then you can finish installing it. You will see one icon calls
teacher program in the desktop, and you can click to run it.
Install student program, please click student.exe, and you can install it
according to the install guide, and you can finish installing it. You will see one
icon calls student program in the desktop.

Silent Setup
Enter the path of installation file /verysilent in Command Prompt dialog, and
then you can finish installing it.

Teacher program operation


After installation, a shortcut icon

will be created on the desktop. Double

click the shortcut to run teacher program.

Create accountant for teacher.


Enter user name and password in the following dialog box to create an
accountant for teacher. The password is optional.

Click OK, and then you can finish create an accountant.


Please remember password, otherwise you cannot log in.
Teacher can create another account by clicking Create an account in the system
login dialog.

System Login

You can choose the teacher name, and the class name with different models.
You can rename the class name in the Manage Class.
After teacher logs in, his name will display on each student's desktop so that
each student will know which teacher to connect to.

Student Connection
If the student is not in the class model of teacher panel, the following dialog will

pop up in teacher computer after the student want to connect to him.

Teacher can choose the student, and then click Accept, this student will log in
teacher panel. If there are many students are waiting to connect, and the
teacher can click Accept All, then all the students will log in. If the teacher does
not want certain student to log in, you just need to choose the certain student,
and then click Deny.

Teacher can press


in the main menu to connect all the
students who have been accepted by teacher.
If teacher select Lock all students to class model upon start up in Option, the
students which havent connected to any teacher will connect to this teacher
automatically upon the starting of teacher side.

Main menu of teacher program

Title bar

Through the Title Bar, teacher can view the software name,drag and drop the
main window, minimize or maximize the software, configure the software, view
Help, and close the software.
Click

button, and the following menu pops up.

Teacher can click System Lock button to lock this software. And he should enter
the password to unlock this software.
Teacher can click Option button to open Option dialog.
Teacher can click Manage Class button to open Manage Class dialog. The detail
information please refers to Manage Class.
Teacher can click Screen Record button to start screen record. The detail
information please refers to Screen Recording and Playback.
Teacher can click View Connecting Students button to open Waiting Connection
List dialog. To operate with these students refers to Student Connection.
Teacher can click Help button to open the help documentation of this software.
Teacher can click Exit to exit this software.

Click

button to open Option dialog, and the detail information please

refers to the setting of teacher program.

Click

button to open the help documentation of this software.

View Mode
There are four view modes in the Class Model area, and they are Monitor view,
Report view, Policy view and File submit view.
The Monitor view is the program's default mode, it displays thumbnails of
students desktop, and it also can display the students group.
The Report view displays student name, IP address, System type, Network,
Battery Power.
The policy view displays student name, web policy, application policy USB disk
policy, CD policy
The file submission view provides the status of submitted files.

Monitor View
Monitor View is the most important view of this software. In this view, teacher
can see the states of students directly. The following table shows the various
icons and the meanings of each icon.
State Icon

Description

State Icon

Description

Student is raising
hand.

Student
is
receiving Screen
Broadcast.

Student is talking
with teacher.

Student
receiving
Movie.

is
Net

Student
chatting
others.

Student
attending
Teaching.

is
Group

is
with

Student
is
attending Quiz or
Survey.

Student is being
monitored
by
teacher.

Student is being
required to keep
silence.

Teacher
is
distributing files
to this student.

Teacher
is
collecting
files
from this student.

Report View
In this view, teacher can see the detail information of student side, such as the
Student Name, System Type, IP address, MAC address, CPU Usage, Memory
Usage, Battery Power, Group Name and so on. Besides, teacher can define the
information displayed in this view.

Policy View
Policy Control View consists of Web Policy, Application Policy, USB Disk Policy
and CD policy.

Web Policy
Click Web Policy to switch class model to web policy view, teacher can set
different web policy to different students from all open, white list and black list.
All Open: Student can open all the websites.
White List: Student can only open the websites in white list.
Black List: Student cant open the websites in black list.
Set Web Policy
1. Click Advanced to open web policy dialog;
2. Choose Manage White List tab;
3. Click Add enter URL and descriptions;
4. The same steps to set black list.

Notes:
1. Teacher can check the website students are visiting and close the websites.
2. Teacher can set different web policy to different students and click New to
set new policy.
3. Right click the website can add it to the white or black list.

Application Policy
Click Application Policy to switch class model to application policy view, teacher
can set different application policy to different students from all open, white list
and black list.
All Open: Student can open all the applications.
White List: Teacher can only open the applications in white list.
Black List: Teacher cant open the applications in black list.
Set Application Policy
1. Click Advanced to open application policy dialog;
2. Choose Manage White List tab;
3. Click Add Application to enter file name or path;
4. The same steps to set black list.

Note:
1. Teacher can check the application students are using and close the
application
2. Teacher can set different application policy to different students.
3. Right click the application can add it to the white or black list.

USB Disk Policy


Click USB Disk Policy to switch class model to USB disk policy view. Teacher can
set students limitations when using USB disk by the policies as below: open,
read only, no execute and block all.
Open: Students can read or write the file and open the executable program in
the USB disk;
Read Only: Students can read the file in the USB disk;
No Execute: Students cant run the executable program in the USB disk.
Block: Block all the operations to the USB disk.
Note:
1. Teacher can check the USB disk students are using.
2. Teacher can set different USB disk policy to different students.

CD Policy

Click CD Policy to switch class model to CD policy view. Teacher can set students
limitations when using CD by the policies as below: open, read only, no execute
and block all.
Open: Students can read or write the file and open the executable program in
the CD.
Read Only: Students can read the file in the CD.
No Execute: Students cant run executable programs in the CD.
Block: Block all the operations to the CD.

Note:
1. Teacher can check the CD students are using.
2. Teacher can set different CD policy to different students.

File Submit View


The functions of File Submission View refer to File Submit.

Class Model
In Class Model, teacher can view student list, view student state, view student
property, select students to start function, add students, delete students, and
edit student names and son on.

Remote Message
Teacher can view message history or send message in this part.

Event Log
When the following situations occur: student login, student log-off, student
connection request, student file submission, student Raise Hand help request,
low student-side battery or low system memory in the student-side computer,
the corresponding notifications will display in Event Log.

State Bar
It displays the current time, student number, login students number.

Functions of teacher using


Manage Class
Teacher can use this function to manage the class model and let students
register. Click

button to pop out a dialog as below, teacher can

manage the class in this dialog.

1. Click Activate to activate the selected class;


2. Click Edit to edit the selected class;

3. Click Export to export class model information;


4. Click Save As to save class model;
5. Click Import to import a class model;
6. Click Delete to delete class model.

Register Students
1. Click Register Students tab;

2. Select the information you want students provide;


3. Click Start to start registration.

Screen Broadcast
Screen Broadcast is one of the most important functions Snetclass software.

Teacher can broadcast his screen to one or more of the students in class, in
either Full Screen or Windowed mode. In Full Screen mode, the broadcast fills
the students' screens, and they cannot view or use other applications during the
broadcast. In Window mode, the desktop appears in a window on the students'
desktops and they can switch from this window to other applications. In addition
to allowing teacher to broadcast normal application windows, Snetclass
software allows teacher to broadcast the following application windows, without
disabling the DirectDraw acceleration of system:
1. DirectDraw window
2. Direct3D window (for example, Cool 3D, AutoCAD, Pro-Engineer, and 3D
MAX)
3. OpenGL window (for example, Quake III)
4. Full screen movie window (for example, WinDVD Player, and the Windows
Media Player)
Start Screen Broadcast
Select the students to whom you want to receive the broadcast.
Click the Screen Broadcast icon on the Function Bar
Teacher program will be minimized and the following floating toolbar will be
displayed at the top of desktop.

Display or hide the main interface of the software in the teacher-side


computer.
Start or stop broadcasting voice to students.
Open the Screen Pen to annotate the desktop.
Record the broadcasted operations to a file.
Adjust the screen broadcast's picture quality. These four buttons
represent four levels of picture quality: Perfect, Good, General, Low (from left to
right).
Switch between the Full Screen mode and the Windowed Mode.
Exit Screen Broadcast.

Student Demonstration
Snetclass allows teacher to select a student to demonstrate the operations of his
desktop to teacher and other students. During the demonstration, teacher can
take control of the student's mouse and keyboard, share control with the
student and keep control of the mouse and keyboard. He can also talk with the
selected student during the demonstration, while the other students can hear it.
Start Student Demonstration
1. Click the student's icon in the Class Model area;
2. Click the Student Demonstration button on the Function Bar;
3. Select the students to view the Demonstration;
4. The demonstration window will be displayed on the teacher's and on the
other students' desktops.
Control Student Demonstration
1. Start the demonstration;
2. Click the Monitor Button on the toolbar;
3. Select Control Student from the pop-up menu.
Capture Student Desktop
1. Start the demonstration;
2. Click the Save picture file Button on the toolbar.
Record Student Desktop
1. Start the demonstration;
2. Click the Record video file Button on the toolbar.

Net Movie
Teacher can play media files on his computer and broadcast the media to the
entire class. Students don't have to download the media file. Teacher does not
have to share the media file with students. The process uses streaming media
by network.
Show a video
1. Select students in Class Model area;
2. Click the Net Movie button in Function Bar to open the Net Movie Controller.

Start Movie
1. Click File-Open Media Files or Click

to open media file;

2. The media file play automatically;


3. Click

to add media file, click

clear playlist, and click

4. Click

to delete media file, click

to

to change playback mode;

to make net movie dialog full screen;

5. Click View-Student List or View-Playlist or

to hide or show the lists.

Pause movie

1. Play Net Movie;


2. Select the Suspend Menu in the Playback Menu on the Net Movie Controller.
Resume movie

Select the Resume Menu in the Playback menu on the Net Movie Controller.

Camera
Snetclass allows teacher to broadcast his live content from a USB web camera to
multiple students simultaneously. Teacher can also broadcast voice content while
broadcasting live content. After teacher start Camera, the following dialog will pop
up.

Start Camera
1. Select students in the Class Model;
2. Click the Camera button in the Function Bar;
3. The Camera dialog will be displayed on your desktop;
4. Click the Properties button to select a video device and an audio device;
5. Click the Broadcast button in the Camera dialog.

Monitor and Control


Teacher can monitor the desktops of students. The monitor window displays
images of students' screens. Teacher can simultaneously view multiple
students' screens, each in its own window. He can also view an individual
student's desktop in a windowed or full screen view.

The floating monitor control bar can help teacher scroll from one screen to the
next, auto scroll to the next screen after a specified time, reset the window
position, and change the display mode in each monitor window.
Teacher can take control of a student's desktop or share control with the student.
He can also talk privately with a student, while controlling his desktop.
Monitor Student
1. Select one student in the Class Model area;
2. Click the Monitor & Control button in the Function Bar;
3. The student's monitor window will be displayed on your desktop.
Monitor Multiple Students Simultaneously

1. Click the Monitor & Control button in the Function Bar. And the following
dialog will pop up;

Press

to show the Student Display of the previous screen.

Press

to show the Student Display of the next screen.

Press

to auto-toggle the screens, and monitor each of the students in turn.

Press

to adjust the Monitor Image Display Mode.

Press
Press

to remote control the selected student.


to demo the selected student.

Note:
The default number of monitor windows is four and the maximum is 9.

Remote Command
Snetclass allows you to remotely startup all students' PCs with only one mouse
click. You can also shut down all students' PCs, reboot all students' PCs and
execute an application on a student's PC remotely.
Remote Shutdown
Remote Shutdown allows the teacher to shut down all or selected students' PCs
with only one mouse click. It will help the teacher manage students' PCs.

Shutdown Students PC
1. Select students in the Class model;
2. Click the Remote Command button in the Function Bar;
3. Select Shutdown from the pop-up menu. The Shutdown student PC dialog
box will display;
4. Click OK.
Remote Reboot
Remote Reboot allows the teacher to reboot all or selected students' PCs with
only one mouse click.
Remote Reboot student PC
1. Select students in the Class model;
2. Click the Remote Command button in the Function Bar;
3. Select Reboot from the pop-up menu. The Reboot student PC dialog box will
display;
4. Click OK.
Launch Application
Launch application allows the teacher to launch more than one application on
the students' PCs at the same time. You can also manage a remote command
list. You can add, edit or delete commands in the command list.

Launch Application
1. Select students in the Class Model;
2. Click the Remote Command button in Function Bar;
3. Select Launch Application from the pop-up menu;
4. The Launch Application dialog is displayed.
To
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

add a command
Open the Launch Application dialog;
Click New in the dialog;
Enter a command name;
Browse to the command path;
Enter command parameters;
Click Save.

To
1.
2.
3.
4.

execute command
Select students in the Class Model;
Open the Launch Application dialog;
Select the command item you want to execute from Command list;
Click Launch Remotely.

Remote Shutdown Application

This function allows the teacher to shut down all students' applications with only
one mouse click. It will help the teacher manage students' PCs.

Remote Close Application


1. Select students in the Class Model;
2. Click the Remote Command button in the Function Bar;
3. Select Remote Close Applications from the pop-up menu. The Close Student
Application dialog box will be displayed;
4. Click OK.

Group Management
Group Management allows the teacher to divide the students in the currently
activated Class Model into different groups in order to perform Group Chat and
Group Teaching activities.

Create Group
1. Select the student you want to create a group in the Class Model area;

2. Drag the student to button

in the Class Model area;

3. Enter the Group name in the pop-up New Group dialog;


4. Click the OK button to complete the creation of a new group.
Or

5. Click

button in the Class Model area;

6. Enter the Group name in the pop-up New Group dialog;


7. Check the student you want to select;
8. Click the OK button to complete the creation of a new group.

Assign a leader to a group


1. Select the student you want to set in the Class Model area;
2. Click the

button in the Class Model area.

Or
1. Right-click the student you want to set in the Class Model area;
2. Select Group Leader on the pop-up menu.

Delete a group
1. Select a group Tab you want to delete;
2. Click the

button in the Class Mode Area;

3. Click Ok in the pop-up confirmation dialog to complete the group deletion


operations.

Chat
With Group Chat and Topic Chat, students could conduct text communications in
each group.
Group Chat allows teacher to divide students into groups and process text
communications; Topic Chat allows teacher to create multi topics, and students
could freely select a group to join in and chat in the group.

Group Chat
Through Group Chat, each group of students created in Group Management can
chat with each other. The teacher can select a group to join and chat with that
group.
1. Click Group Chat on function bar;

2. Choose the group mode to pop out group chat dialog as below;
3. Click Send to chat with the students in the same group;

There are lots of communications methods as below:

Edit Messages:
Change message font: Set font, font style, size, color, effects,
script of messages in the dialog;

Insert Emoticon: Send emoticon to make chat easy and funny;


Share Files: Teacher share local file to students in the same group;
Screenshot: Cut out useful image to send to students;
Send Image: Send images to the students;
Note: The number of shared file cant be more than 4, and the size of shared
file cant be larger than 4MB.

Draw and Send Picture:


Pen: Draw the picture manually;
Eraser: Erase the picture;
Undo: Undo previous step;
Rework: Rework previous step;
Color: Choose the color;
Select Background: Select background from empty, small grid,
medium grid and large grid;
There are also three different views in chat dialog as below:

Chat Members View


Teacher and students can check other members in the same group.

Shared Files View


Teacher and students can check the shared files, and double click the open the
shared file.

Chat History View


Teacher and students can check chat history in this view.

Topic Chat
Teacher could create multi topics, and students could freely select a group to
join in and chat in the group.

To Add a new topic


1. Click the Chat button in the Function Bar;
2. Select the Topic Chat from the pop-up menu;
3. Click Add a new topic chat button.

Group Teaching
Group Teaching allows teacher to divide students into several groups, enabling
peer tutoring and cooperative learning. Each group has one active member and
one or more passive members. The active members can use many functions to
teach their fellow students, such as: Broadcast teaching, Voice teaching, Voice
chat, Monitor, Remote control, Remote setting, File distribution, Remote
command and Net Movie.

Divide the students into different groups, according to Group Management.


Click the Group Teaching button in the Function Bar.
Select All Groups or Part of Groups.
The Group Teaching dialog will be displayed on the teacher's screen.

When the teacher initiates the Group Teaching, the teacher and group leaders
will see a toolbar in the dialogue of Group Teaching. Both the teacher and group
leaders can operate the relative functions.
Broadcast the teachers screen to group members
Broadcast a group members screen to the teacher and other group
members.
Broadcast the media files to the group members.
Broadcast the camera display to the group members.
Monitor & control a group member.
Send remote command to the group members.
Send files to the group members.

Lock the group members.


Unlock the group members.
Stop the function.
Start function on a group
1. Click the Group Table you want to select;
2. Click the function button in the Function Bar;
Choose the functions for group leader
1. Right click the student icon of group leader in group member list;
2. Click Student settings in drop-down list;
3. Select the function you want to grant;
4. Click OK.

Quiz
Snetclass software provides you with powerful quiz functions, enabling you to
quickly and easily perform teaching evaluation activities.

Quiz Maker
The Quiz Maker helps teacher to create and edit quiz papers.
The quiz paper consists of different question sections which can be created by
the teacher. Each group contains several questions which can be categorized
into 4 types: multi-choice questions, True or false questions, Free response
questions and Fill-in the blank questions.

Launch Quiz Maker


1. Click the Quiz button in the Function Bar;
2. Select Quiz Maker on the pop-up menu.
New Quiz Paper

1. Click the

button on the toolbar of the Quiz Maker dialog;

2. Enter Quiz name, Class, Teacher name, Duration and Total score in the Quiz
Maker dialog.
3. Click

to add question section.

4. Click

to add question.

5. Click the

button.

6. Enter the file name (with a postfix of "quiz") you want to save in the pop-up
dialog and click OK.
There are four different question types as below can be chosen.
Add Multi-choice Questions
Click Add Questions Multi-choice question, the following dialog will pop up.

Edit Multi-choice Questions:


1. Enter the question text, answer choices, and insert an optional image;
2. Set the question value;
3. Select the correct answers;
4. Click OK to finish the edit.
Add True or false Questions:

1.
2.
3.
4.

Enter the question text, and insert an optional image;


Set the question value;
Select True or False;
Click OK to finish the edit.

Add free response question


Free-response question is like essay question. Click Add Questions
Free-Response question, the following dialog will pop up.

Edit free response question:


1. Enter the question text, and insert an optional image;
2. Set the question value;
3. Click OK to finish the edit.
Add fill in blank question:
Click Add Questions Fill-in-Blank question, the following dialog will pop up.

Edit Fill-in-blank Question


1. Enter the question text;
2. Select the words you want to set as the blank, and click

to add it to

correct answer;
3. Enter additional answer in correct answer input box;
4. Select a blank, and click

to remove it;

5. Set the question value;


6. Click OK to finish the edit.
Note: Teacher must add a question section before adding any
questions.
To import a word file
1. Create a new quiz paper or open an existing one;

2. Click the Import button

on the toolbar;

3. From the pop-up dialog, select the Word file you want to import, Click the
Open button;
4. After imported questions, click the Save button to save the quiz paper.
If teacher want to add questions by importing from Word file, he should follow
certain rules when preparing the Word file, otherwise, the software may be
failed to import the questions.

Rules for creating questions in Word file:


1. Use a blank line to separate deferent questions
2. Mark a question section in bold and italic.
3. In each question, always use enter symbol to separate question title,
picture and each answer.
4. Mark the correct answer in bold.
5. As for Blank-filling question, use an underlined word or sentence for each
question.
6. Create Essay question with a separated line without underlined text.
7. Create Blank-in-fill question in a separated line with at least one underlined
word or sentence.
8. Create One-answer question or Multi-choice question in more than four
separated lines which includes one line of question title and three or more
lines of answers.
Note: Quiz support Word 2003/2007/2010/2012/2013

Start Quiz
The quiz can be divided into four processes: Open a quiz paper, Distribute the
quiz paper, Start quiz, and Stop quiz with quiz paper collection.
During the quiz procedure, the teacher can monitor, pause, or suspend a quiz.
The teacher can choose to resume a suspended quiz when opening the Start
Quiz dialog.

Open a quiz paper


1. Select the students who are going to take the quiz and then click the Quiz
button on the Function Bar;
2. Click the Browse button on the right side of the dialog;
3. Select the quiz paper you want to use, and then click OK;

4. Select the Paper zoom level you want to set on student;


5. Enter the appropriate time duration in Quiz Duration;
Click OK.
Distribute a quiz paper
1. Select the students who are going to receive the quiz, and then click the
Quiz button on the Function Bar;
2. Open the quiz paper;
3. Click the Send button;
4. The Monitor bar located at the bottom of the dialog will show each student's
paper-receiving progress.

Start Quiz

1. Select the students who want to take the quiz and then click the Quiz button
on the Function Bar;

2. Open the quiz paper;


3. Distribute the quiz paper;
4. Click the Begin Quiz button.

Monitor Quiz
During the quiz procedure, the teacher can use the Start Quiz dialog to monitor
the students' quiz situations. In each of the student bars, the current status for
that student will be displayed, as described below:
1. Unexpected Quit: indicating that the student has quit unexpectedly.
2. Submitted: indicating that the student has submitted his paper.
3. Total: n, completed: m: Indicating that the student has finished n
questions of the total m questions. (Here "m", "n" represents an integer
number.)
To Suspend Quiz

1. The teacher starts the quiz;


2. The students are answering the quiz;
3. The teacher clicks the Suspend button.
To Resume Quiz
1. Select the students who want to resume the quiz and then click the Quiz
button on the Function Bar;
2. The teacher clicks the Resume a suspended Quiz button in the Start Quiz
dialog;
3. Select the quiz you want to resume in the pop-up dialog;
4. Click OK;
5. The student-side computers will automatically open the previously
suspended quiz to resume the quiz.

Quiz Grader
The teacher can grade the quiz papers and then send the grading results to the
students using Quiz Grader.
Objective questions (including one-answer questions, multi-choice questions,
True or False questions and Fill-in the blank questions) will be graded
automatically. Teacher only needs to grade the subjective questions (Free
response questions).
Note: If necessary, the teacher can also grade the multi-choice questions.
When the teacher grades a multi-choice question, the correct answer will be
displayed in red.
Grade a quiz paper
When grading a quiz paper, the current status for each student will be displayed
in the student list on the left side.
To grade a quiz paper
Click the Quiz Grader icon on the Function Bar of the main interface in the
teacher-side computer;
1. Open the quiz paper you want to grade;
2. Select a student from the student list on the left side of the Quiz Grader
dialog;
3. The quiz paper for that student will be displayed on the right side of the
Quiz Grader dialog;
4. The objective questions will be graded automatically based on the preset
standard answers;

5. Click the

button in the Quiz Grader dialog to move to the

first subjective question (essay question);


6. The teacher will grade the question and give a score in the Score bar
located on the top right corner of the question;
7. Repeat steps 6, 7 and 8 until all the subjective questions are graded;

8. Repeat steps 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 until all the student quiz papers are graded;

9. Click the Save button

in the Quiz Grader dialog.

To Add Annotations:
1. Select a student from the student list in the Quiz Grader dialog;
2. Select a question for that student;

3. Click the Comment button

in the Quiz Grader dialog;

4. Enter some annotations in the input box underneath the question;

5. Click the Save button

in the Quiz Grader dialog to save the

annotations.
View/print statistics and analysis of quiz result
The teacher can use this function to review every student's score in the quiz. For
each question, all student answers are displayed, and the total scores and
average correct rate for each student can also be calculated. In addition, many
other statistics are presented.

To view and print a Quiz Statistics


1. Click the Quiz icon on the Function Bar of the main interface in the
teacher-side computer;
2. Select Quiz Grade on the pop-up menu;
3. Open the quiz paper you want to grade;
4. Click the Statistics in the toolbar, and Quiz Statistics dialog appears;
5. Select root item of Question list in the Quiz Statistics dialog to see the
overall statistics of the quiz for all students;
6. Select question item of Question list in the Quiz Statistics dialog to see each
question statistics for all students;
7. Select Export Statistical Information to File... to export a quiz statistics
for a excel file, and then you can print it.

Send quiz grading result

The teacher can send the quiz grading information to students after finishing the
quiz grading process. The student-side computer will display a html page,
showing the teacher's grading results.

To send the Grading Results


1. Click the Quiz icon on the Function Bar of the main interface in the
teacher-side compute;
2. Select Quiz Grade on the pop-up menu;
3. Open the quiz paper and finish the grading for all students;

4. Click the Send button

in the Quiz Grader dialog;

5. In the student list of the pop-up Send dialog, select the students for whom
you want to send the grading results;
6. Click the Send button;
7. The student-side computer will automatically open a html page, showing
the grading results sent by the teacher;

Survey
The Survey function allows the teacher to test the students' skills with one
single question and get the students' answers immediately. The teacher can also
use this Survey function to do some surveys.

To Initiate an Survey
1. Click the Survey icon on the Function Bar of the main interface in the
teacher-side computer;
2. Open the Survey dialog;
3. Select the question type you want from the Question type drop-down list.
(Three question types are available: one-answer questions, multi-choice
questions and True-or- False questions);
4. Enter question titles in the Question title input box;
5. In the Option box that follows, enter the contents for each option and also
set the answer for each question;
6. In the Duration input box, enter the duration for that Survey;
7. Click the Start button.
To Get student answer quickly
1. Click the Survey icon on the Function Bar of the main interface in the
teacher-side computer;

2. Start a Survey;
3. The students' answering information will be displayed on the right side of
the Survey dialog;
4. During the Survey process, if a student answers a question, the student's
name, finish time, actual answers and score will be displayed in the list;
5. Statistics will be updated real-time during the Survey process.

File Distribution

Start File Distribution


1. Select students in the Class Model;
2. Click the File Distribution button in the Function Bar;
3. The File Distribution window is displayed;

4. Browse, select files or directories and click


the Send list;

button to add to

5. Click the

button on the Send List toolbar of File Distribution

window.
To change the target path of distributed files

1. Click

button in File Distribution dialog, and then the following dialog

pops up;

1. Click Add in Option dialog to add a new target folder;


2. Select a target folder in Predefined target folder column;
3. Click Apply.
To Choose a distribution policy
1. Click

button in the toolbar of the File Distribution dialog;

2. From the pop-up dialog, select Replace tab;


3. Select Dont distribute, or Replace;
4. Click the OK button.
Note: The default setting is Replace.

To set error control


1.

Click

button in the toolbar of File Distribution dialog;

2.

Select error control tab;

3.

Select

Stop

file

distribution

immediately

or

Continue

file

distribution;
4.

Click OK.

File Submission
The File Submission function allows the students to submit their jobs to the
specified directory on the teacher-side computer. The teacher can manage
whether or not to accept all of the files submitted by the students, or choose to
accept one student's files at a time.
To set File Submission policy
1.

Change the Class Model area View Mode to File Submission Mode;

2.

Select the student you want to set;

3.

Click Enable or Disable button in the class Model area.

To accept a student submitted files


1.

The student sends the file submission request;

2.

View File Submission Request in File Submission Model;

3.

The student name, file size and file count will be displayed in the list,

4.

The teacher can select one of the student names and click Accept on the
right side;

5.

A message will appear in the Event Message Area of the main interface in
the teacher-side computer, indicating that: I have submitted my files.

To view a student submitted files


1.

Change the Class Model area View Mode to File Submission Model;

2.

Double-click the student you want to view;

3.

The folder where the student's submitted files are stored will be opened
automatically.

The File Submission function also allows the teacher to set the number and
size limit for student-submitted files, to prevent students from submitting or
too many files at a time, or files which are too large.

To set the number and size limit


1.

Click the Set submitted folder button on the main interface;

2.

Select Limit file size and enter the file size limit in Option dialog;

3.

Select Limit number of files and enter the file number limit in Option
dialog;

4.

Click the OK button.

File Collection
File Collection allows the teacher to open the File Submission dialogue at the
same time so the teacher can collect students files to the same directory.
To start file collection
1.

Click the File Collection icon on the Function Bar of the main interface in
the teacher-side computer;

2.

File Submission dialog pops up on the student side;

3.

Teacher can open Submitted folder on the Class Model area after all the
students had submitted files.

Screen Recording and playback


Snetclass software allows teacher to record operations from his desktop into an
ASF file, and then playback these operations later. During recording, teacher
can pause a recording for later resumption. When he continues to record, the

newly recorded data will be appended to the previous file. Teacher can also
launch Screen Pen to annotate the screen and record the annotations as well.
During recording, he can also use a microphone to record his voice.
It also allows teacher to use the Net Movie function to open the recorded file and
play it back in the class like the Screen Broadcast. If he record with audio, his
voice can be broadcast to the students as well.
To start screen recording
1. Right-click in the blank area in the Title bar;
2. Click the Screen Record in the Pop Menu;
3. In the Screen Record dialog, type the target file name and click Save;
4. The Screen Record Toolbar will be displayed on the top of the screen, as
shown below;

Display/Hide the main interface for the programs in the teacher-side


computer.

Call Screen Pen while performing the Screen Record function, and
add annotations to the screen.

Pause the current screen recording operations.

Continue the screen recording operations.

Stop the screen recording operations.

Indicate that the recording is in progress, with the


recording time shown.
5. At this time the Record button on the top side of the above image will flash
continuously and the recording time is displayed too.
Playback the recording files
1. Click the Net Movie button in the Function Bar;
2. From the Open File dialog, select one of the recorded files and click OK.
Note: Teacher also can use Windows Media Player to play the recording file.

Silent and Silent off


Silent
Choose one or more students and click button to launch Silent, the mouse
and keyboard of these students will be locked, and they cant do any operation.
Silent off
Choose one or more students who are being Silence On and click
button to launch Silent Off, the mouse and keyboard of these students will
back to normal.

Setting of teacher program


General

Notification
In this tab, teacher can set the properties of Call, Remote message and Student
session.

Screen Broadcast
In this tab, teacher can select the default mode of student side during Screen
Broadcast process. Besides, teacher can set the saving path and performance of
screen record during Screen Broadcast process.

Voice Chat
In this tab, teacher can set the properties of Voice Chat, such as blank student
screen, lock keyboard and mouse on student device.

Student Monitor
In this tab, teacher can set the maximum number to display, toggle duration
and view duration to monitor.

Screen Record
In this tab, teacher can set the quality scheme, recording scheme, and whether
to record the voice during screen record.

File Receiving
In this tab, teacher can select the folder which is used to save files submitted by
students, and they can set the limitation of file size and number.

Network
In this tab, teacher can select an IP address to bind with teacher side and set the
latency period of network. Besides, he can set some other fields of network.

Hotkey
In this tab, teacher can set hot key for some common functionalities.

User Account
In this tab, teacher can set the login password.