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Virtual Classroom - Logitech Brio
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Input your content

You can tailor your training in many ways. We always compare it to developing a normal presentation: what is the best content for your audience and how can I interact with them in the best possible way.

 

Being at different locations, sometimes even different countries or continents, this adds one extra layer of challenges. For a good training, interaction with students is key. But you don’t want all students in the virtual classroom talk or respond at the same time.

Options

The following options are available for you:

  • Building blocks
    Upload all elements separately. This is a little more work but allows you to finetune your training in various ways. You can insert various interactive tools and also during the training it is slightly easier.
  • Quick and easy
    Upload your Powerpoint file*. During the training you can show the full presentation or specific parts.
Virtual Classroom - Input content

You can upload the following files:

  • Images … jpg and png files, preferably with a 16:8 ratio (= ratio of the presentation screen)
  • Videos … mpeg and mov files, preferably compressed to limit download time for students (we always use the free software program Handbrake (link) for compression
  • Powerpoint & PDF … at the moment the application only shows the full pages **
  • Soon to added: Google Presentations

* Note:

Regarding Powerpoint, currently only the full pages are shown, not yet the animations and videos. It’s a priority for us to add this very soon, however the required plugins are not available for us yet.

** Note:

There is another way to show a Powerpoint presentation during a training using the Share Screen function during the training. This will also show the animations and videos. Please look here for more information on this feature.

If you have any questions about this topic or you need any other type of support, please contact our Support Team.

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