Think outside the box!
When it comes to business and technology, it means either innovating or evaporating.
The past couple of years has certainly shed lots of light on how innovation in technologies help facilitate remote learning, virtual employee training, remote sales presentations, and even telehealth delivery. That’s right – new tech is needed more than ever before as we continue to march safely into a post-pandemic world.
Literally every business in both the public and private sectors use some sort of video conferencing tool, like Zoom, for individual or group meetings, or to conduct live educational training.
While conducting business and training virtually has been around for several years, the global pandemic obviously thrust this technology into the forefront, and in doing so sparked the imagination in innovative minds, like that of Mike Justason, Assistant Professor in Faculty of Engineering at McMaster University.
He is the brainchild behind the LightBoard Depot Inc., which is a remarkable device that turns any computer with a camera into a mini-studio. Simply put, this technology is revolutionizing the way many use remote learning video technology.
The versatility of the Lightboard is that it has practical uses in so many different professional applications, such as:
- Coaching and training
- Design and consulting
- Telehealth and medicine
- Teaching and education
- Performance and art
- Meetings and discussions
“When I was introduced to The LightBoard, it was revolutionary. As an online coach, and presenter, I’m able to stay engaged with my audience through the technology,” says motivational speaker and online coach, Thanh Campbell.
When COVID-19 hit, Leopold Koff, supply chain and operations and purchasing management professor at Conestoga College, began searching for new ways to keep students engaged in this new remote learning world.
“Sure, online learning has been around for quite some time; however, the pandemic forced most professors and students alike into a virtual classroom setting, so I am happy to have The LightBoard, and the students just love it too. They are more engaged, and they feel connected with classes.” Leopold recalls.
“At first, I thought The LightBoard was complex, but it’s easy to set up and very easy to use and I recommend that anyone who wants to give their remote classroom a real boost, then they should really consider using this technology,” says Koff. “It’s a great investment and most of all it benefits students who want to learn and obtain an education.”
Clearly The LightBoard is changing how virtual education, online coaching and training is delivered.
Contact our team at The LightBoard Depot Inc. today to learn more about our technology and all its benefits.