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Video communication has become an integral aspect of our culture. There’s dozens of ways for us to video chat with our friends and loved ones. Yet each of these video softwares seem to let us down in some way. They freeze. They drop the call. They display your video upside down. The audio doesn’t work! […]
By Nikos Andriotis eLearning is not a simple, single, thing. It is one of the most multi-faceted IT fields, which applies to corporate training, commercial and academic learning, micro- and mobile learning, blended (hybrid) learning, employee onboarding, extended enterprise training, and perhaps a couple more applications that we’re forgetting here. We’ve learned about the multitude of eLearning applications […]
By Nina Jolani, The MAVEN Project In the US we spend about 18 percent* of our GDP on healthcare – more than any other high income country – yet we have the poorest health among these nations. Among the major contributors to our national health crisis are poor access to healthcare providers, health resources, and […]
Guest Post by David Maldow, Founder and Lead Analyst of Let’s Do Video When it comes to business communications, Skype for Business is the 800lb gorilla in the room. It has to be part of the discussion. Microsoft has two huge advantages in the enterprise UC battle right now. One is that Skype4B is part […]
By Ben Fineman, Program Manager for Internet2 It’s no secret that Zoom has been generating a lot of interest in the research and education community. By Zoom’s own count, they currently have users at over 5,800 separate educational institutions. That’s a lot! There’s clearly something going on there to take note of, and we’ve been […]
Frost & Sullivan’s Analyst Gauntlet is a structured program wherein participating vendors and service providers give industry analysts deep dives and demonstrations of their collaboration solution. The analyst then uses the collaboration solution over a period of time and provides candid feedback based on his/her user experience with the specified tool. This week I’m putting […]
You’ve just had a successful Zoom conference with your entire team: the folks in the office, the team member working from home today, consultants in other countries, and a VP out on the road. The real question is: what comes next? For most people, the end of the meeting is just the beginning. Now it’s […]
Over the past several years, we have witnessed an evolution in the classroom. Some would call it a revolution. The traditional instructor-led lecture is slowly giving way to a more active model. Students are being asked to learn in a more collaborative environment. This small group collaborative interaction motivates students to be more engaged. As […]
How To Teach Online Lessons with Zoom A couple of years ago, my business partner (James) and I (Kris) launched an online English as a Second Language (ESL) school in Turkey. An integral part of any online lesson is which videoconferencing software you use. Skype is popular with independent online teachers, but it lacks a […]