The Virtual Classroom. Distance e-Learning with Full Resolution Video and Interactive training technologies
Your university, college, or school has courses and content in demand by companies, government agencies, and individuals who can not attend in person.
You want to make courses available for Distance Education - opening new markets, revenue, and teaching opportunities for your organization.
- Train hundreds, or thousands of students virtually anywhere in the U.S. - for example in remote classrooms at affiliated schools.
- Deliver live lectures to remote sites - with sharp video picture details suitable for classroom TV monitors and screens.
- Overcome jerky, fuzzy ‘webcam' or web-quality video and audio-drop-outs that can occur with live webcasts and web video when displayed on full-sized TVs.
Take advantage of the latest interactive technologies with proven effectiveness for remote-instruction:
- Teacher/moderator Q&A - and instant feedback
- Live audience polling
- On-screen audience poll results and graphics integration
- Integrated call-in, and email viewer-interaction management
- Audience response solutions
We offer complete turnkey network solutions, including design, remote site equipment installation, network transmission, maintenance, monitoring, support, and help-desk.
In keeping with our ‘one-stop-shop' approach, we can also help you with video production, videoconferencing, and ancillary webcast services like Keystone SuperCasting.
Partnering with Educators - We May Already be Connected with You
We partner with leading educational institutions in the area of distance learning. Keystone is a sponsor service provider on education's Internet2. If your institution has a connection to Internet2, then you are connected with our network! That means you can easily access our worldwide distribution capabilities. It also means you have the potential to offer your educational services to some of the world's leading companies, who receive educational and training content via our satellite distribution Platforms.