FreeConferenceCall.com, one of the most leading conferencing and collaboration brands across the world, is offering online classroom capabilities to students and teachers all over the world as the coronavirus causes increasing number of school closures. There is a collection of free features that educators can benefit from to make the virtual classes simple, free and effective.
FreeConfereceCall.com let educators schedule sessions with screen sharing, use drawing tools during sessions, and host and record lectures. Students can use the free service to collaborate on projects and stay connected with classmates throughout this challenging time.
“School closures do not have to disrupt education. Students of all kinds can benefit from free video and collaboration tools that enable them to learn from home. We offer a free service that any educator can benefit from with no barrier to getting started,” said Dave Erickson, President, CEO and Founder at FreeConferenceCall.com. “Whether you’re a student or a teacher, these services are available so that you can get connected and continue to learn and share knowledge online.”
FreeConferenceCall.com is the second largest conferencing provider all over the world which is based on minute volume. It has been providing free audio-conferencing services for about two decades. It offers free audio, video and screen sharing on any device, online and via its Android, iPhone and iPad mobile apps.
“In future, the education system will change. Using a free collaboration tool as FreeConferenceCall.com, I can provide great opportunities for students to learn virtually from experts outside my classroom,” said Edward S., AP teacher & EdTech coordinator at Woodrow Wilson High School.
The service has already been implemented by students and staff at Michigan State University, University of Southern California, New York University, Pepperdine University and Yale University. About 9,000 schools in the US are already utilizing FreeConferenceCall.com to support learning.
“Teachers, students and parents all around the world are worrying about the coronavirus and how badly it will affect education and everyday life,” said Erickson. “Amongst this uncertainty, we’re proud to be offering a free tool to help combat these issues and make online teaching simple and seamless. As more institutions embrace these tools, we hope that a growing number of students will benefit from continued education and routine during self-isolation.”