Distance learning tools offered free as coronavirus spreads

Distance learning tools offered free as coronavirus spreads
Distance learning tools offered free as coronavirus spreads

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - RIYADH – ViewSonic Corp., leading global provider of visual solutions, is offering their popular distance learning solution, myViewBoard to K12 colleges and universities for free, during the ongoing period of coronavirus outbreak.

With the increasing spread of coronavirus, many schools and universities are preparing themselves for extended school shutdowns. Moreover, educators and institutions are urgently exploring the possibilities of distance learning and moving towards corresponding solutions for their students.

“As a stakeholder in the education sector, we wanted to make sure we’re doing our part in supporting schools, educators, students and parents in this very trying time, especially those without access to distance learning,” said James Chu, CEO of ViewSonic.

“While some schools with pre-existing capabilities have already implemented distance learning during school closures, many more have been caught off guard by the Coronavirus outbreak and have had to cease all in-person classes.”

ViewSonic’s advanced distance learning solution, myViewBoard enables teachers to conduct distance learning lessons via an open and agnostic platform. This ensures that student education and their learning outcomes are not compromised upon, no matter wherever they are based.

myViewBoard is quite easy to set up as well as use. It allows for interactive, classroom-like, real-time collaboration through video audio conferencing, huddles and digital whiteboarding.

Through its inclusive features, myViewBoard helps parents, educators, and students create a conducive virtual learning environment that is engaging, interactive, and effective. — SG


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