University of Michigan Uses Logitech Videoconferencing Tools to Foster Collaboration

Devices assist the college with expanding the classroom and providing access and efficiency.

Story by Meghan Bogardus Cortez, EdTech

In higher education, videoconferencing and telephony have helped to push the boundaries of what a traditional classroom might be. At Michigan State University, telepresence robots let distance students participate in hands-on experiences. Cisco videoconferencing tools allow San Jose State University students to meet with industry professionals and assist students in Vietnam. Interactive displays make it possible for entire classroom collaboration — including students from afar.

These possibilities fueled the University of Michigan’s desire to increase the use of videoconferencing and collaboration tools across campus.

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