Jul 16, 2019

Distance Education: Experience the Virtual Classroom!

Teaching & Learning 2 min read last updated on: Mar 20, 2020

Live Webinar - Meet Mr. Giuseppe Auricchio of IESE (Spain) and hear how Barco weConnect enables Active Learning at a distance.

There is something very sci-fi about weConnect’s newest add-on, Virtual Classroom. At first glance, it offers a way to bring together people from many locations for lessons or presentations. But look again, because not only are people following via a computer link, they are also able to interact, and the presenter or professor can measure exactly what works or doesn’t.

What difference does this make? On July 24, you can see for yourself, when Giuseppe Auricchio, Executive Director, Learning Innovation at IESEOnline will reveal how it has changed the way they run online courses.

IESE Business School is one of Europe’s leading business schools. They have broad experience in getting the best results from online tools. “Digitizing the learning experience allows you to use additional features,” according to Albert Añaños, Technology solutions Director at IESE. “For example, you can measure the degree of interaction. This enriches the experience for the teacher and participants.” 

30 minutes to re-think online learning

The webinar will walk through IESEOnline’s experience working with Virtual Classroom, led by Giuseppe Auricchio, Executive Director, Learning Innovation and IESEOnline IESE Business School.

You will learn:

  • What is Virtual Classroom/Barco weConnect;
  • How IESE initially looked at installing a virtual classroom;
  • What benefits a business school or university can gain by adding a virtual classroom facility to their campus;
  • How IESE's mindset has changed about digital learning;
  • How to use the virtual classroom yourself.

As befits an online environment, you will get a clear demo from someone that is using the system day-in, day-out for university courses and executive learning. 

“It brings a new toolset to traditional teaching methods,” adds Evgeny Káganer, a professor at IESE. “It’s easier to see faces. It’s easier to see names and when someone raises their hand. It’s easier to see who has spoken or not.”  

So come see for yourself by signing up here

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