Virtual Classrooms vs. Web Conferencing
Over the last few decades, online learning has captured the education domain in a big way. Corporations have increasingly adopted online methods to provide training to their employees and conduct web-based meetings (also referred to as “web conferencing”).
Unfortunately, as in any industry, terminology proliferates as vendors try to differentiate themselves by creatively naming their features, functions, and services. This can cause confusion among potential users and customers as they search for a solution that meets their needs. This issue is certainly present in the online education and training market, where the same functionality might have varied names across vendors.
Our whitepaper, Virtual Classrooms (VCs) vs. Web Conferencing brings to light the subtle differences between web conferencing and a VC, offering a comparative analysis to help you determine which technology is more appropriate in a given situation.
Download this free whitepaper to know
1. The difference between a web conferencing platform and a VC.
2. The limitations in both solutions’ technical and pedagogical capabilities
3. Use cases that call for a VC, versus those only needing standalone web conferencing
4. Detailed analysis to determine which technology is the better choice for which particular situation
Don’t allow feature confusion to lead you down the wrong path. Correcting your mistake can cost significant time and funds. Download this free white paper and choose the right solution for your particular online teaching needs.