University virtual tours: Here’s how you can still check out campuses during COVID-19

Study International | March 31, 2020

Want to start uni in 2020 but don’t know how you can go for open days when there’s a coronavirus outbreak happening? Enter university virtual tours. Thanks to 360-degree campus virtual reality (VR) tours, a student from anywhere in the world can “visit” several foreign campuses in the multiple continents. Thanks to the advances in technology, universities are now able to create virtual tours that can be access across mobile, desktop, and VR headsets. That means if you’re in Beijing, you can check out the most Insta-worthy spots in a university in Texas, US and feel as if you’re really there just by using your iPhone

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We've all been there; we walk into our classroom and see an overwhelming mess and it's hard to figure out where to start.  In this video, I share with you a step by step process and tips to help you setup your classroom and create a space that you and your students will be happy with.

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We've all been there; we walk into our classroom and see an overwhelming mess and it's hard to figure out where to start.  In this video, I share with you a step by step process and tips to help you setup your classroom and create a space that you and your students will be happy with.

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