Three Approaches to Teaching Online with IPEVO VZ-R Document Camera
Who says teaching and learning can only happen in a physical classroom? Free your imagination and teach beyond time and space limitations with remote teaching using an IPEVO VZ-R document camera. Here are three ideas to do so.
Streaming Live with IPEVO Visualizer
If you want to deliver live lessons and share materials in real-time, utilize the Live Broadcast feature available in the IPEVO Visualizer software. Start by connecting the VZ-R to your laptop and completing all the necessary live broadcasting settings on YouTube or any other live streaming service. Then, select and click the Live Broadcast button in Visualizer to start a live broadcast. Now, enjoy your online teaching!
Conducting One-on-one Lessons with Third-party Software
In addition to a live streaming platform, you may also choose to conduct one-on-one lessons with your students via third-party software such as Skype. Before you start, make sure you selected VZ-R as the video and audio source. And with a video call, you’ll be able to create an interactive and instant learning environment for your students!
Recording Instructional Videos with IPEVO Annotator
Some of you may prefer to offer a preorganized lesson through a recorded video. In this case, we’d recommend using the IPEVO Annotator software with VZ-R to record your lessons and upload the videos for sharing at a later time. The screen recording function in Annotator allows you to record a full screen or a selected area. What’s better? There are handy annotation tools available in the software that can help create an informative and engaging video for students to learn better.
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Ready to bring your classroom online? Grab a VZ-R document camera and give it a try!
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