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02/18/2021

Virtual Classrooms Brief

Why Read This Research

Although virtual classrooms have been part of the academic technology landscape for years, they have gained attention during COVID-era remote and hybrid-flexible instruction. New products and functionality have emerged to compete with or supplement the enterprise videoconferencing platforms (e.g., Zoom, Cisco WebEx, Microsoft Teams) that many institutions have adopted. While many enterprise videoconferencing platforms have added education-inspired features to support remote instruction, they still fall short of the features seen in next-generation virtual classrooms. Read about popular approaches and see why institutions should pay attention.

Features

  • Vendor in Focus: Adobe, Blackboard, Bongo, Cisco, ClassEDU, Engageli, Kaltura, LearnCube
  • Software Category in Focus: Video Learning, Virtual Classrooms
  • Author: Laura Gogia, Research Director, Learning Technologies and Student Success, Tambellini Group
  • Research Availability: February 2021

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