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Monday, December 28, 2015

Now, join the virtual classroom

"WizIQ, a new-age startup, is creating a shared economy for teachers" summarizes Financial Express.

Photo: WizIQ

Online  With elevated internet penetration, the concept of online education, virtual classrooms and digital tutorials are now the considered norm.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ambitious vision of Digital India promises to connect citizens to services digitally. And WizIQ is one of them. Offering a dynamic platform for educators and teachers spread across geographies, Gurgaon-based WizIQ is one such platform that is playing the aggregators’ role perfectly. It is an open-forum where people from diverse locations can come online and take virtual classes based on course module that is specific and not pre-defined as per the renowned traditional Indian education system.

Photo: Harman Singh
As an aggregator of education, WizIQ allows people flexibility, time-conservation, cuts down the logistic issues as well as saves money and time that goes wasted in starting a course from the scratch when all one needs to understand might involve a single chapter. Started by Harman Singh, this new-age startup offers a plethora of features that enable providers to set up their branded academy within minutes, without upfront investments in server infrastructure or development efforts. For instance, WizIQ Mobile Application for Learning provides a fully-integrated, social and easy-to-use platform with a mobile app for online learning to match the online academy.

WizIQ Virtual Classroom provides all the features and tools needed to simulate the face-to-face classroom experience, with real-time audio-visual communication, polling functions, video and text chatting, breakout rooms, interactive whiteboards, and screen sharing to enable peer collaboration and synchronous learning.
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Source: Financial Express

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John Laskaris said...

Wow, that looks legitemately good! All it needs is a couple of skilled educators.

Helge Scherlund said...

Yes, it's really good