A New Collaborative Virtual Education Platform Launches At Champlain College

prnewswire | October 01, 2020

A New Collaborative Virtual Education Platform Launches At Champlain College
InSpace today announced the launch of a groundbreaking virtual learning platform that transforms teamwork in education through smart design. Its innovative approach allows multiple conversations to happen simultaneously in one space, enabling students and teachers to interact and collaborate just as they do in physical spaces. Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont is the first college using the platform for classes this fall through a pilot program. InSpace plans to offer the platform to other colleges and universities starting in November in preparation for the spring semester.

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When education-system actors have all the power, the result is school-based career education or VET that ignores the needs and opinions of employers. This leads to a number of common VET-program struggles, such as a mismatch between the education students receive and the job market. In one egregious example, a major American city offered VET in horse-shoeing; the city was not known for its horse population.

Spotlight

When education-system actors have all the power, the result is school-based career education or VET that ignores the needs and opinions of employers. This leads to a number of common VET-program struggles, such as a mismatch between the education students receive and the job market. In one egregious example, a major American city offered VET in horse-shoeing; the city was not known for its horse population.

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