Instantly extend the boundaries of your virtual classroom with an immersive and interactive video conferencing experience that ensures faculty and students stay in sync, even if they aren’t in the same physical space. BlueJeans provides a rich set of distance learning features that eliminate distractions, boost note-taking abilities, and improve group discussion to ensure that the virtual classroom is as effective of a learning environment as possible.
Why BlueJeans for Education
Ensure that everyone in class can see each other clearly with HD Video and hear each other without distractions with Dolby Voice® noise suppression.
Easily share content with the click of a button and use the content slider or participant pinning to optimize the classroom layout for optimal discussion and feedback.
Enable small group discussion by assigning students to random or designated breakout rooms where they can engage with a topic at a deeper level.
Emphasize lecture content with content annotation or use digital whiteboarding to capture ideas, solve problems collaboratively, and engage the classroom.
Unlimited Education Potential
Whether co-teaching a course with a professor from a different school or inviting subject matter experts into the classroom, BlueJeans offers endless possibilities for class enrichment.
Provide students and teachers with a platform that allows them to make the most of their day and still attend office hours, virtual tutoring, and mentoring sessions from anywhere.
Arm students with an always-on collaboration platform that enables them to easily revisit online coursework and join together to complete group projects and prepare for tests.
Streamline department and administrative meetings with a video conferencing platform that is focused on meeting productivity and optimized for virtual engagement.
Enable your entire school to stay connected for critical announcements, safety alerts, and school-wide communications.
“After experimenting with different solutions, BlueJeans was by far superior to other tools.”Todd AustinVideoconferencing Lead, College of Literature, Science & the ArtsUniversity of Michigan