Virtual classrooms provide a robust learning experience similar to that of a traditional classroom. Students can join one and listen to the professor’s lecture while simultaneously viewing the presentation. They can easily engage and interact with the instructor and their peers, as well as participate in group discussions. Additionally, professors can set up separate virtual rooms designed for group work or breakout sessions.
Mobile telepresence carts can connect students with video-enabled learning institutions, such as aquariums or zoos, for a unique, interactive learning experience. Additionally, distinguished professors and industry leaders around the world can present and interact with students without the need for costly and time-consuming travel.
Visual collaboration solutions can be used to connect educators for professional development seminars or other discussions. Educators can meet to discuss best practices, trends, and other issues without the hassle of driving to a central location. Additionally, learning institutions can record and distribute these meetings through Video-on-Demand making the material available for those who were unable to attend the seminar.