Deledao ActiveScan, presented by Hāpara vs Linewize

Hāpara and Linewize are both dedicated to student safety. Compare their K-12 web filters to find out which is easiest to implement.

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Overview

There are several web filter options for school districts to consider. Hāpara offers a Linewize alternative to K-12 web filtering. While both web filtering tools work across devices, there are differences in how technology administrators set them up and how they filter online content.

This page will explain the distinction between Deledao ActiveScan, presented by Hāpara and Linewize School Manager. Use the information to find the web filter that will work best for your students and administrators.

What does Hāpara do as a Linewize alternative?

Hāpara offers a complete suite of K-12 instructional tools built for school districts to use in the classroom or for remote learning. Hāpara tools streamline teachers and student workflows and safeguard students.

What does Linewize do?

Linewize offers K-12 schools web filtering and classroom monitoring tools for student safety. It is part of Family Zone, a company that focuses on cybersecurity for families.

An overview of Deledao ActiveScan, presented by Hāpara, a Linewize alternative

Deledao ActiveScan, presented by Hāpara is a web filter and Linewize alternative built specifically for K-12 schools and districts. It works in real-time and uses artificial intelligence (AI) to understand context across online content. Instead of needing to block entire web pages or websites, it restricts the parts that are harmful or inappropriate. It’s also designed to build learners’ digital citizenship skills.

An overview of Linewize School Manager

Linewize School Manager is a K-12 web filter that filters through rules that technology administrators set up. It uses AI to flag categories related to mental health and safety and sends administrators alerts in real-time.

How they compare

Deledao ActiveScan, presented by Hāpara
Linewize School Manager
Devices
The web filter works across devices. When students log in to Google, the filter works to protect students.
Linewize School Manager works across devices and browsers.
Admin management
Technology administrators can quickly install the web filter. From there, the filter begins using AI to intelligently analyze content in real-time.
Technology administrators need to set up rules in Linewize School Manager to block categories of websites. Rules include categories and groups of people.
Teacher management
With the web filter, teachers don’t have to ask technology administrators to approve a website. Teachers can unblock content themselves while learning is happening. Students can also request access to a site as they work on assignments or projects.
Technology administrators can give teachers micro-controls in Linewize School Manager. First, the tech admins need to set up web filtering categories. The micro-controls then allow teachers to unblock certain websites in any categories that were set up.
YouTube
With the web filter, technology administrators don’t have to block YouTube or set up filtering options. The web filter works in real-time to understand context across YouTube. It mutes audio or blurs inappropriate parts of videos.
In Linewize School Manager, technology administrators set YouTube controls that give filtering options for search terms, videos and playback.
Video, audio, images and text
The web filter uses AI to understand context across all websites and web pages. It blurs or mutes only the content students should not view instead of blocking entire websites or web pages.
Linewize School Manager works by blocking categories of websites and web pages. It does not blur or mute inappropriate content.
Zoom and Google Meet
The web filter works in real-time to blur out any harmful text or images, and it filters during remote class meetings on platforms like Zoom and Google Meet.
Linewize School Manager cannot blur harmful images or text during classes on Zoom or Google Meet.
Google games and games on Google Sites
With most web filters, students can still access Google games and games on Google Sites because the filter doesn’t recognize them as games. The web filter understands context and can identify them as games, so it’s able to block them.
Technology administrators may be able to set up rules and categories to block games.
Ads and tracking
The web filter automatically anonymizes Google searches and blocks ads and tracking.
Technology administrators can set rules in Linewize School Manager to block ads.
Student wellness
* Schools can also add on Deledao ActivePulse, presented by Hāpara, which monitors student wellness. Across students' online activity, it detects signs of self-harm and cyberbullying, sending designated team members instant alerts.
Linewize School Manager includes red flag safe alerts that send administrators notifications about issues such as harmful behavior or violence.

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