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Interactive video communication offers opportunities to enhance curriculum through special one-time events. Videoconferencing provides students with the opportunity to learn by participating in a 2-way communication platform. Expert guests can speak to students and teachers at many sites without having to travel. Furthermore, teachers and lecturers from all over the world can be brought to classes in remote or otherwise isolated places. Students from diverse communities and backgrounds can come together to learn about one another. Students are able to explore, communicate, analyze and share information and ideas with one another. Resources all over the country, such as zoos and museums, use video systems and high-speed broadband connections to give kids an opportunity to see, hear, and interact in real time.

Through video conferencing students can visit another part of the world to speak with others, visit a zoo, a museum and so on, to learn. These “virtual field trips” can bring opportunities to children, especially those in geographically isolated or the economically disadvantaged. Small schools can use this technology to pool resources and teach courses (such as foreign languages) which otherwise couldn’t be offered.

Today MCS shares complete and flexible solutions to provide the best virtual experience in classroom communication with superior video clarity and audio quality.

MCS is proud to offer unlimited benefits such as:

  • faculty member keeps in touch with class while away for a week at a conference
  • guest lecturer brought into a class from another institution
  • researcher collaborates with colleagues at other institutions on a regular basis without loss of time due to travel
  • faculty member participates in a thesis defense at another institution
  • administrators on tight schedules collaborate on a budget preparation from different parts of campus
  • faculty committee auditions a scholarship candidate
  • researcher answers questions about a grant proposal from an agency or review committee
  • student interviews with an employer in another city
  • Online seminar