Advanced video and collaborative solutions are changing where and how students learn. Just a handful of years ago, students living in rural areas did not have access to unique educational opportunities. However, educational institutions like Nova Southeastern University (NSU) have applied collaborative solutions in innovative ways to increase access for their attending students.
NSU, for example, has a number of regional campuses in south Florida as well as one in Puerto Rico. Through video enabled learning spaces, instructors and classroom proctors can offer students courses that otherwise would not be available to them.
NSU is complementing their teaching, learning and research with video enabled tools and support. By creating a flexible blended learning environment, NSU has improved collaboration and reduced costs. Join Adam Linzels- Director of Videoconferencing & AV Integrations, Nova Southeastern University and Elaine Shuck- President, United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA); Global Director, Education Solutions, for a webinar on May 19th to learn key strategies for implementing advanced video technologies at any institution as well as:
- How the latest collaboration innovations apply to learning spaces.
- How institutions are using new technology to create video-enabled teaching and learning.
- The most common challenges to implementation and how to overcome them.
Interested in learning more? Click HERE to register for the webinar “Best Practices for Video-Enabled Teaching and Learning.”