Digital learning is now the norm. Almost all teachers (98%) frequently use technology in the classroom1 and even after the bell rings, 90% of students are using digital learning materials at home2.
Today’s digital-native students, who begin learning online from as young as 5 years old, are demanding technology-based learning. In fact, a massive 85% of incoming tertiary students say that digital capabilities heavily influence their choice of university3.
For schools and tertiary institutions looking to attract and retain students in a competitive global market, you need to offer the very best digital learning experience. Webex’s platform for Education delivers.
Webex is a seamless and integrated way for faculty, staff, students and industry to create, communicate, collaborate and share. It provides media-rich, highly-engaged learning environments that enhance both the student experience and learning outcomes. It’s incredibly easy for educators to wrap their heads around, too.
Cloud-based, Software as a Service (SaaS) application Webex, transforms teaching with state-of-the-art features like mobile meetings, always-on messaging and real-time virtual whiteboarding.
Webex will enable you to:
An immersive, all-in-one presentation, whiteboard and video conferencing device. The deceptively powerful 55” or 70”, ultra high-definition Webex Board is full of industry-first features, like revolutionary wireless pairing and intelligent video and voice.
Connect, collaborate, create and share like never before:
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Get connected on a global scale. Bring in subject matter experts from across the globe, connect research groups and collaborate on team projects from anywhere, anytime, on any device. Webex reimagines the tools you use to be productive.
Integrate chat bots to use advanced search capabilities and make it easy for users to find what they’re looking for.
As a freemium service, users simply need an email address to connect using Webex. There is also a plethora of business and education specific apps, bots and open APIs to extend the capability of your Teams virtual spaces.
Students want to learn collaboratively and educators know that teamwork skills are critical to students’ future careers. In a 2016 student learning survey, 66% of students were positive that the use of technology makes communication and collaboration with fellow students more effective4.
Engage and energise your student by optimising the learning experience:
Extend access to instruction, beyond the classroom:
Increase efficiency and easy of communication:
Build parent trust in a safe and secure learning environment:
Together Webex and the Webex Board, revolutionise student digital learning experiences, by enabling previously impossible teaching and collaboration. Uniting elegant hardware and intuitive software, the technology fades into the background and learning becomes the focus – this is always our goal for The Anywhere Classroom.
Data#3 will get you up and running with Webex fast and will help ensure rapid adoption across your institution. We provide extensive user training and change management to help you get the most from your technology investments.
As both a Cisco Gold and Master Collaboration Partner, Data#3 has extensive experience and capabilities with Cisco technology. As well as 25 years’ experience designing and delivering ICT solutions to Australian schools. Hear success stories from some of our schools.
Our specialists understand your institution’s business needs, coupled with your commitment to improving students’ learning outcomes. Reach out below to unleash limitless learning and starting building your anywhere classroom today.
1. IDC (June 2015). Digital Inking in the Classroom. [Online] Available at: https://data3.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/IDC_Digital_Ink_in_the_Classroom.pdf
2. Deloitte Development LLC (2016). 2016 Digital Education Survey. [Online] Available at: https://www2.deloitte.com/content/dam/Deloitte/us/Documents/technology-media-telecommunications/us-tmt-digital-education-survey.pdf
3. Hillier, M (December 2015). e-Exams The Story So Far. [Online] Available at: http://transformingexams.com/files/e-exams_Dec_2015_96dpi.pdf
4. Holder, I and Welsh, S (September 2016). Charles Sturt University 2016 Student Learning Technology Survey Report. [Online] Available at: http://www.csu.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0009/2497185/2016-09-Student-Learning-Technology-Survey-Report.pdf