TrueConf provides vast distance education opportunities by expanding virtual classroom and maximizing learning experience. Once deployed in university network, the webinar platform offers multiple tools for distance education: teachers can schedule conferences in advance and invite guests, while students may easily join from any desktop, laptop, mobile device, or conference room with no extra plugins. With TrueConf Server University, your communications will always be secured thanks to SSL/TLS encryption protocols and AES-256.
TrueConf delivers collaboration tools for full-featured classroom: users can upload their slide decks and presentations, exchange messages in chat, or share their desktops. Thanks to TrueConf, attendees can share their content and self-view simultaneously to enjoy an interactive experience with teachers and students. Additionally, you can easily add interoperability to your classroom by connecting one SIP or H.323 endpoint to any webinar.
TrueConf grants free webinar platform for 12 user accounts and 100 guest participants for the U.S. higher education institutions. To apply, it is required to prove current academic status of your organization.
“TrueConf is pleased to support education sphere by granting a free webinar platform to global academic institutions”, says Dmitriy Odintsov, TrueConf CBDO. “Distance learning provides equal opportunities for people all over the world to receive quality education regardless of their location or physical abilities. By supporting distance learning initiative, TrueConf strives to make video conferencing affordable for every classroom.”
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