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Expanded educational use of video conferencing

  2tor and ProctorU, education software service providers, have integrated video conferencing into the online educational services they provide.
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2tor and ProctorU, education software service providers, have integrated video conferencing into the online educational services they provide.

2tor has integrated TokBox in to its USC Master of Arts in Teaching program. In addition, 2tor and TokBox have integrated the Kaltura media player into the video chat so that students and professor can review video footage, collaborate and learn together in a multi-media environment.

ProctorU, a provider of online proctoring to higher education institutions, has incorporated TokBox into their service, allowing students to take their exams from the comfort of their own home. Students are observed, via webcam, and simply take their exams and submit them online.

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