Distance learning UPDATE
Is life going digital?
We are all still learning one day at a time, what life will look like in the wake of 2020 changes. There is still some uncertainty about how our state will re-open, what schooling might look like, and what other significant changes we might face. At In Depth Events, we are working hard to stay up to date on any changes or procedures so we can help in any way we can to ensure smooth transitioning into digital learning, virtual events, and hybrid work guidelines. Have questions? We have answers, feel free to reach out to our team here.
As the new school year is quickly approaching, parents have been scrambling to figure out what school will look like for the rest of the year. Previously, schools were informed they could only function virtually for up to three weeks. However, since then, that number has increased, and schools will not be penalized financially for more extended periods of distance learning. So what does distance learning look like? Well, this could be pre-recorded videos discussing lesson plans, or even live streaming with the teacher. Here is a fun example of a video we helped record for the Frisco Library.
What do I need for distance learning
If you are a parent with a kiddo at home, distance learning only requires an internet connection, webcam capabilities for zoom calls, and a computer. If you are a school, this will be an entirely new process and have some challenges. You will need high-quality audio, video capabilities, and streaming capabilities; you will also need the ability to edit any pre-recorded video if necessary. These requirements might sound a little overwhelming, but we are happy to help!
How we can help you
Our team has been providing equipment rentals and high-quality video services for years now. We handle set up, recording, editing, and of course, ensuring all video is of the highest quality. Some of the equipment we offer is;
So whether you need to live stream a call or assembly, or have pre-recorded lesson materials ready to go, we are more than happy to help. Our team is here to support the changes schools are facing, so be sure to reach out to us today!
As guidelines and procedures change, you might be worried about the state of your events. The good news is, many events can successfully be hosted virtually. Weddings, Concerts, graduation ceremonies, and even holiday events can still be successful if you get creative enough. Our team is working hard to ensure we can support our clients if they are changing over to virtual events. Be sure to contact us today to find out more about how you can successfully have virtual events, and even monetize them.
Hybrid work environment
Many companies are choosing to have hybrid work schedules, requiring some upgrades to video and streaming capabilities. Many have chosen flex-work schedules that don't require employees to work in person every single day. Of course, moving to a virtual work environment comes with its own set of challenges; however, this method can be hugely successful if done correctly. You will need a few things to get started like the right equipment, video editing, and streaming capabilities. You will also need platforms to handle video and video conferencing as well. We want to help you make this transition smooth and efficient, so we are looking forward to working with you.
We will continue to keep an eye on the changes in distance learning, the state re-opening, and any other changes we might face. We pride ourselves in moving with the changes and finding creative solutions to support them. We want to hear from you, what changes are you facing, and how can we help?
We are strictly adhering to CDC guidelines to ensure we offer safe and sanitary equipment, service, and guidance.