Wooclap was originally designed to be used in a classroom with a live audience. However, that doesn't mean it can't be used with an audience who are scattered through time and space.
Here are three main features you can implement in a distance learning setting:
The participant pace: The Participant pace allows you to share files and create questionnaires which the audience can fill in whenever they want. Learn all about it here.
The message wall: The message wall is an efficient way for you to gather your audience's questions, comments, and thoughts during a presentation. It also has the added benefit of giving every member of the audience an equal chance at taking part in the debate. You'll find all the information you need to get started here.
Display slides on student devices: When your students are sitting in front of you, they can follow your presentation by looking at the slides you are displaying at the front of the classroom. Remotely, however, things can get a bit more complicated. That's why we've added the option of displaying your slides on the students' devices. Find out how it works here!
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