Early in the COVID-19 pandemic, when office workers began working from home en masse, virtual instructor-led training (VILT) became the go-to substitute for in-person learning. In March, nearly 70% of learning and development (L&D) leaders reported switching to the virtual modality. But only a few months later, in July, that figure had dropped by 40%. With so many new technologies on the market, and many employees asking for more remote resources, why did companies move away from virtual synchronous learning?
Class is software developed by Class Technologies Inc., a company founded by education software pioneer Michael Chasen. Class adds teaching and learning tools to Zoom and makes the virtual classroom feel like a real classroom. It helps teachers take attendance, hand out assignments, give a quiz or test, grade work, proctor exams, talk one-on-one with a student, and more. Class is headquartered in Washington, DC with staff around the world. Schedule a demo at class.com and follow us on Instagram and Twitter at @WeAreClassTech.
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