Interactive teaching in the virtual classroom Live e-learning with vitero inspire
Whether training in companies, online courses, lectures at universities or training and further education in educational institutions – the demand for professional e-learning offerings is increasing in a wide variety of areas. An important component for live e-learning is a virtual classroom that can cope with the diverse training approaches and learning concepts. Vitero inspire convinces with a wide range of functions, interaction and application options.
Current situation Digitization in the education sector
The multiple advantages of virtual learning are obvious. Educational offers, further education, courses of schools or faculties, can be realized location-independently and for a large number of participants. Trainers, teachers, lecturers as well as students or learners can meet virtually – whether for a short teaching talk or for detailed instruction. Learning content can be conveyed in a simple and varied manner through e-learning platforms. Participation and access are flexible and possible from anywhere in the world – locally, nationally and internationally.
Live e-learning with vitero inspire Create immersive learning experiences
vitero inspire provides an immersive learning experience. The advantages of a live online communication platform are used. Disadvantages of online teaching are cancelled out by the well-thought-out teaching concept.
Easy collaboration and integration
Interactive design of your events
Documentation and monitoring
Customer references from the e-learning sector
“Our participants find the virtual classroom design particularly helpful because it connects to their learning biographies. It feels like a real classroom: all participants can talk to each other and to their instructor, share and edit work results on the virtual whiteboard, and retreat to adjoining rooms for group work.”
— Katrin Witte, IBB Institut für Berufliche Bildung AG
“With vitero, we have found a tool that enables realistic, interactive, easy-to-implement and effective training.”
— Matthias Korth, Technisches Hilfswerk