With the outbreak of the pandemic, many countries have implemented the policy of suspension of classes, which has accelerated the digital revolution of education from concepts, modes, and processes to the realization of all-round systematic innovation.
The rise of education digitalization has brought a new mode of combined online and offline learning – hybrid learning. As an advanced teaching and learning mode that is extremely in line with the current global pandemic situation, hybrid learning focuses on applying various digital teaching methods to daily classes, creating a digital interactive classroom environment for teachers and students.
You may be curious about how to build a hybrid learning environment. And what does it need?
Q-NEX offers you a one-stop solution for hybrid learning – a Lecture Capture Classroom solution that mainly contains a lecture capture system for achieving lecture recording and live streaming the lecture video to YouTube. By installing a lecture capture system to build a flexible remote teaching classroom in the school, students can watch live classes on the streaming platform – YouTube from home instead of having the class in school. It ingeniously solves the problem that students cannot go out and most schools are still closed or partially open. In addition, Lecture Capture Classroom solution supports one touch to record the class. Students with poor learning ability and level, can consolidate knowledge by playback of recorded teaching videos. It also facilitates students who may have missed class to keep up because they can learn from the videos at any time so as to create a way for students to handle their own learning rhythm.
The hybrid learning adopted by the Q-NEX solution breaks through the limitations of time and space, ensuring that students can take classes remotely at home or anywhere and get a consistent learning experience as if they were in the classroom.
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