announced the launch of Cisco Lecture Vision, a new solution that can help
educators create, manage and share educational content with their students.
increase in learning environments that combine in-person instruction with
virtual interaction, universities, such as Lone Star College, Our Lady of the
Lakes University and West Texas A&M University have selected Cisco to
implement video-enabled learning environments for their students and educators.
educational organizations have invested in Cisco video solutions in order to
capture, transform and share course content with students both within and
beyond traditional classroom settings. Unlike point systems available on the
market, Cisco Lecture Vision helps maximize current investments in campus
network and existing technology.
today’s announcement, Cisco is responding to the growing needs of our education
customers in order to enable distance learning initiatives and provide students
with access to additional content and resources. The strength of Cisco’s
network allows universities to feel comfortable with scaling their video
technology investments in order to reap the benefits of blended learning
environments,” said Renee Patton, U.S. public sector director of education,
Vision meets the specific needs of educators and students with an elegant
integration that is easier for IT managers to deploy.
traditional mode and model of education is fundamentally changing because of
technology and today’s learners’ needs and demands. Lone Star College is now
providing quality education to more than 85,000 students per semester —
conveniently and affordably. Deploying Cisco Lecture Vision was a no-brainer as
it helps us propagate our video assets in a simple and compelling way,”
Ardalan, chief information officer, Lone Star College.
By Telecomlead.com Team