Vision Exchange is a platform that allows teachers and presenters to create engaging, immersive video content for interactive learning. It is an intuitive software with an easy-to-use interface. It allows students to collaborate on projects in groups, creating from their own devices. In the age of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), the ability to use their own tablets, laptops, and smartphones to create content, annotate, and share wirelessly with group members, is highly desirable.
This is where Miris Netcapture comes in. It records the content streamed from Vision Exchange, and allows for real-time filming of students’ questions and the lecturer speaking. It then uploads directly to UbiCast’s Miris Video Platform. Here, educators and presenters can edit, manage, and distribute the content “through a video player dedicated to social learning.”
Teachers can add polls into the content to gauge student understanding, and students can ask questions, post links, or share files. All of the characters within a slide deck are indexed, allowing students to search for specific words within the content, so that they can look for the exact information they need. With the ability to view recorded classes and lectures, educators and presenters can take inventory of their audience’s reactions and further improve their presentations for better engagement.
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