As higher education institutions implement distance learning, they must ensure the right technology tools are in place. This article provides a glimpse into the impact these tools can have and the top five categories to consider when getting started.
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Using Cisco Webex Education Connector, institutions can integrate virtual meetings, office hours and collaboration functionality into their learning management systems (LMS) to provide students and educators everything they need in one familiar location.
No matter which collaboration platform your institution chooses — Cisco Webex, Microsoft Teams, Zoom — the key is to implement it consistently across departments and teams to streamline workflows and drive user adoption.
As new technology tools continue to enter the classroom, it's critical that your staff are properly trained on how to use them. This will allow staff to realize the full potential of these tools and incorporate them into their teaching in innovative ways.
Administrators must understand the principles of hybrid and blended learning and be prepared to implement and optimize these models to achieve their learning outcomes. Explore our tips for getting started.
Institutions rapidly implemented remote work solutions so faculty could continue teaching safely from home. Now, it's time to start optimizing those solutions to provide a seamless, secure and more productive experience for faculty and staff.
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When a major university added more online instruction options for students, their IT staff turned to WWT for help developing a unified collaboration strategy. We helped the university identify, test and implement a suite of collaboration tools as well as train instructors on how to properly use them.
What's the difference between hybrid learning and blended learning? How can my institution implement these models? What are the benefits and challenges? This article answers these questions and more and provides tips for getting started.
Watch this 50-minute video to see Colorado School of Mines students share with WWT's Janet McIllece and Amanda Kwon their thoughts about the role technology has played during the last year.