Hybrid Learning: Why Investing in Audio Technology Should Be a Priority | Frost x Shure
Classrooms and lecture halls look and sound a little different nowadays. Traditional classroom settings were rapidly transformed at the outbreak of the pandemic to enable a hybrid learning model. While early hiccups due to poor audio quality for those connecting to lessons from home were tolerated, they’re no longer acceptable as the shift to hybrid becomes long term. That’s why educational facilities have been exploring new audio and video collaboration platforms. But what tech do you need to achieve learning equity? How do you enable students to share knowledge, learn from anywhere, and fully participate regardless of location, device, and language?
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THE RISE AND RISE OF VIDEOCONFERENCING
Videoconferencing has come of age. Put to the test in the COVID-19 pandemic with millions of people working from home, its value as a business and learning enabler has soared. Indeed, the implementation of videoconferencing technologies has helped many organizations to survive this difficult time.