What does cloud-based Classroom Management System bring to campus?
New generation learning space
The new generation learning space has brought two changes to education. One is to bring students a media-rich and immersive learning experience with the networked and digital collaboration technology and to accommodate an ever-increasing number of students into class. The new generation classroom integrates real and virtual spaces, moving away from the traditional boundaries of buildings and time zones. This new form of learning space is more learner centric, allowing students to easily access abundant sources and freely arrange their hybrid learning. The other change in the new generation learning space is capable of recording, playing back and share courses at will. Like Q-NEX Lecture Capture System Solution, with one-touch to record the class, supporting multiple split screen to present different content included courseware, panaroma and close-up for teacher and students, and external device. Both individual or mixed videos can be generated, and students can play back the videos to absorb knowledge they haven’t understood.
Along with the various activities and lectures on campus, the arrangement of classroom is often chaotic and time-consuming due to lack of centralized control on devices. Sometimes you may encounter tech problems that make the progress stagnant while having a personalized learning experience or curricular academic discussion. IT administrators is exhausted to run around to each classroom in need. However, by connecting the devices on campus to Networked Media Processor that is Q-NEX's main product, taking advantage of web-based management platform Q-NEX Console or mobile App to enable dynamic classroom arrangements. It achieves automatically powering on and off different classroom device, distributing audio and video by setting scheduled tasks. And it also supports live streaming to meet the need of star lectures and principals' speeches. Whatever you are engaged in class or activity, all the use of classroom and the state of the devices is under control. Dynamic scheduling delivers flexibility and organization to the campus, which makes the arrangement more systematic and IT administrator's work more efficient.