…CirQLive, according to Friedman, has figured out how to be the bridge between two technologies that developed independently – the online video conference and the LMS. “It’s a lock-step approach and it works flawlessly,” he said…Read full article here.
…Howlett remembers how students would dispute hours and her secretary would constantly be chasing down slips of paper from forgetful teenagers. Now, she and Loew both use x2VOL, an online platform to not only mark service hours but also collect reflections. Students can pull their service transcripts and records from the site and submit the information for college applications, Howlett says…Read full article here.
…Some connect students to peers around the world while others match teachers with local guest speakers. For example, one tool called Nepris allows classrooms to engage in video chats with professionals ranging from geological engineers to screenwriters…Read full article here.
…There are tools and services that can help instructors catch cheating on assignments, such as Turnitin for writing. For exams, faculty can use testing centers or remote proctoring…Read full article here.
….So in 2016, CRANE seized the chance to sign on with a Texas-based tech company called Nepris that sets up these virtual classroom conversations. Since then, through CRANE’s Nepris subscription, about 100 local teachers have connected their classes with about 40 area industries, Stymeist estimates….Read full article here.
…California’s community college system has found a solution to this problem. The state, via CCC TechConnect, has partnered with a technology provider called CirQlive to make audio and video conferences through its conferencing platform fully integrated into the LMS the college is using…Read full article here.