Hybrid learning combines the advantages of traditional learning methods and e-learning (that is, digital or networked learning) to create better learning methods. In other words, hybrid learning gives full play to the teacher’s and students’ autonomy and fully stimulates the initiative, enthusiasm, and creativity of students as the main roles of the learning process.
Advantages of hybrid learning
In hybrid learning, the teacher takes advantage of resources and functions of the teaching software IQKitsMemos to improve interactivity and student engagement. Combined with our education platform software IQ KitsMemos which has multi-subject teaching resources and auxiliary tools, it offers a diversified learning mode and creates a new learning experience. The traditional teaching mode is limited by space and application. But hybrid learning breaks this limitation. Like Q-NEX Lecture Capture System Solution, teachers can create a digital room on YouTube for online and offline learning by setting up a lecture capture system. Students just need to access the network to view the online lecture.
Disadvantages of hybrid learning
For teachers and students, it is necessary to master information technology skills. However, in an era of technology, everyone’s adaptability to new technologies is much stronger than before. Moreover, some online learning platforms have defects such as unstable operating environments, slow speed, running delays, poor compatibility, or insufficient humanized services. Our Q-ENX Lecture Capture System supports RTSP/RTMP network protocol to offer you relatively stable live streaming. As for the problem of poor network in students’ homes, we suggest that you’d better buy a good router.
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