Imagine examining a rare insect from the Amazon without leaving the classroom. That is exactly what students who participate in Arizona State University’s distance learning programs can do.
With today’s cloud video applications, remote collaboration is easier than ever. Faculty can use video communication technology to collaborate with students, make interactive presentations from across the globe in real-time, and bring amazing visual demonstrations into classrooms in seconds. Researchers have unparalleled access to each other wherever their projects may take them.
Until recently, video conferencing equipment has been costly to deploy and maintain. But today, a newly launched Internet2 NET+ service offering leverages the cloud to create a complete video conferencing ecosystem called Flame. Based on the most advanced architecture in the market today from Vidyo and delivered by IDSolutions, this new NET+ offering is both affordable and scalable, supporting desktops, dedicated endpoint systems and a wide variety of mobile devices.
Join us to see how ASU brings distance education to life and learn:
- Why higher education institutions are using cloud video services.
- How cloud applications transform faculty, staff and student mobility for virtual collaborations across the globe.
- Tips for sharing images, content and other data.
- Best practices for deploying a cloud-based distance learning solution
- How the Internet2 NET+ initiative helps institutions deliver a broad portfolio of cloud collaboration apps while also creating substantial efficiencies for the enterprise.