- New Integration Delivers Synchronous and Asynchronous Learning Across Platforms
A global learning technology company D2L, and Class Technologies Inc. (Class) a company built on the Zoom platform, which adds features and functionality to expand teachers’ workflow, have announced their partnership to provide an integrated online learning experience for students, educators and workers around the world.
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D2L will harness the combined power of Zoom and Class within D2L Brightspace, its award-winning learning innovation platform, to deliver a solution for blended and hybrid learning. The partnership helps to bring the best of in-person learning online, seamlessly supporting synchronous and asynchronous learning with instructional tools that can help educators connect with their learners and:
- automate attendance
- measure student engagement
- inspire learning through quizzes and polls
- and more
Trusted by millions of users through schools, academic institutions, professional associations, and corporations around the world, Brightspace is transforming the way the world learns – helping learners of all ages achieve more than they dreamed possible.
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“Our ecosystem of over 1,800 technology integrations offer customers the choice, flexibility and tools they need to deliver engaging learning experiences,” said John Baker, President and CEO of D2L. “I am delighted to welcome Class as a new partner, to extend our existing Zoom partnership – and to support new ways of engaging in synchronous learning. Educators and learners around the world will benefit from the work we do to make it easier to learn.”
Class is built on the Zoom Meetings platform and offers K-12, higher education institutions, and corporate learning and development the ability to facilitate instruction and improve engagement in the virtual classroom.
“Now more than ever, blended learning is the most effective modality for online and virtual learning,” said Michael Chasen, founder and CEO of Class. “D2L Brightspace’s ability to manage and deliver content such as lectures, videos, assignments and assessments ‘on-demand’, in conjunction with Class’ engaging real time virtual sessions, allows learners to receive the best learning experience.”
“We are excited to see our partners delivering not only closer interoperability between the three platforms, but also a seamless buying experience for our joint clients,” said Christy Flis, Head of Global Education at Zoom.
Emilio Daniel Gómez of MyMottion, who represents Class, D2L, and Zoom in Mexico added, “With this commitment to an integrated ‘go to market’ approach and closer interoperability between the products, MyMottion can now provide our clients a world class solution for synchronous and asynchronous learning.”
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