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Collaboration for Education

Technology helps students collaborate

Optimize teaching and improve learning

Today’s students are digitally connected. Schools at all levels are finding that collaboration technology can help students and teachers connect -– whether for group projects, online lectures and coursework, or spontaneous ad-hoc sessions. Make learning more accessible and flexible to reach more students in different ways.

Technology extends learning beyond classrooms

Educators that embrace collaborative technologies — like online meetings, video conferencing, digital whiteboarding, and team collaboration— can help both classroom and remote students become more engaged in learning.

  • Tech supports learning

    69%
    of teachers said technology can be used to support any subject

    SAM Labs, 2017
  • College instructors like tech

    85%
    of college instructors say tech a has positive affect on teaching

    Campus Technology, 2017
  • Tech helps students interact

    56%
    of college students say learning technologies help them collaborate

    Hanover Research, 2017

Collaboration improves education

Enhance classrooms

Teach more students

Allow students to learn at their own pace and extend access to scarce resources, bringing global perspectives into the classroom.

Help people succeed

Build education networks

Free students from the constraints of the traditional classroom. With collaboration technologies, it has never been easier to enhance learning at the university level.

Improve learning

Share digital content

Wirelessly present, whiteboard, video conference, and share content. Cisco Webex Board has everything you need for team collaboration at the touch of a finger.

Increase student engagement with video

Increase engagement, increase success

"We implemented ten video collaboration devices in the middle school and saw almost immediately the potential that video can bring to the curriculum and classroom. Our teachers and students had opened a ‘window to the world,’ and student engagement increased dramatically."

Christina Kole, Troy City Schools