How to Build the Next Generation of Virtual Learning Environments

Date of broadcast: Wed, 06/26/19

New A/V technologies are enabling colleges and universities to extend the reach of their campuses. The next generation virtual classroom takes online learning to a new level, providing live teaching to students anywhere in the world through high-quality video and audio, with the added interactivity of shared video files, live chats, collaborative whiteboards and more.

Attend this web seminar to learn how 3 different institutions—California Baptist University, Oral Roberts University and King’s College—are creating this next generation virtual classroom on their campuses, and some strategies and best practices for doing the same at any institution.  

Scheduled speakers:

Raymond Pryor

Managing Director of User Services

King’s College (Penn.)


Josiah Way

Director of Multimedia Services

California Baptist University


Michael L. Mathews

CIO and VP of Innovation

Oral Roberts University (Okla.)


John Copeland

Director of Sales, Education

Barco Education


Who will benefit:

Higher ed leaders interested in A/V technology or learning spaces. Anyone may attend.