How virtual communities can amplify traditional learning Narine Hall, eCampus News

 Offering virtual hours—with a virtual waiting room, a study room, a relaxation room, and a private one-on-one meeting room—created a sea change for many professors’ office hours. Students showed up in droves. They worked together in virtual study rooms, often answering their own questions by collaborating with their peers. They had no distractions, no privacy concerns and full decision-making power on how they wanted to take advantage of office hours. Professors will likely want to keep this going.

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