In a Remote World, Bring the Classroom to the Learners

Over the last two years, Zoom has become a ubiquitous presence for meetings, collaborations, interviews and any other situation where people need to connect in real-time. For many companies, it is where they dumped all the in-person classroom training they could no longer do in-person. And as strong as it has been as a meeting tool throughout the pandemic, Zoom was never really designed to be a virtual classroom.

The biggest challenge with adopting classroom-specific technology is that it presented yet another platform for employees to adjust to amid an almost entirely virtual work life. Every aspect of the employee experience now came with some virtual/digital component that people had to figure out, which presented a growing taxation of the time available to do their actual jobs.

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