Virtual Classroom Connector

October 2004
IT Training;Oct2004, p68
Trade Publication
The article presents information on Virtual Classroom Connector (VCC), a new plug-and-play connector from learning management provider Pathlore. VCC allows integration between virtual classrooms and the Pathlore LMS. VCC enables users to independently select and integrate virtual classroom and web conferencing services with a simple configuration setting, which eliminates the need for special software. The system ensures ease of use for students who need to learn just one interface and can attend virtual classes directly through the LMS.


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