WiZiQ has now introduced content sharing for teachers and students. Members can upload PDF documents and PowerPoint presentation tutorials to share with students and build their content library. Notably, teachers have the option to upload documents as private or public, which could enable any teacher to use WiZiQ as an important meeting point for private or public discussions.
For Immediate Release
Raleigh, NC Sep. 13, 2007
Raleigh, NC Sep. 13, 2007
WiZiQ, the online teaching and learning platform, connects teachers and students in real time through its Virtual Classroom technology. Teachers can connect with students who want to learn from home, and are now teaching students across the world through WiZiQ’s online virtual whiteboard.
WiZiQ has just added a very useful feature of content sharing for teachers and students. This enables users to upload and share tutorials or any content in PowerPoint and PDF formats and also provides the option to share content in the public or private domain.
How can teachers and students benefit from sharing content on WiZiQ?
- Teachers and students can upload and share documents as private or public without sending e-mail attachments..
- Educational organizations, including universities could share content in either public or private domain. Coupled with the Virtual Classroom technology, WiZiQ would provide a very accessible and multi-featured live meeting tool for users around the world.
- Users can create a personal content library online for ready reference.
- Teachers can use their own content for explaining concepts while teaching.
- Students can use their teachers’ documents for reference.
- Users can get unique code for every presentation in the document library to embed presentations on their own blogs, MySpace and Facebook profiles.
- Teachers can strengthen their profile by uploading self-authored PowerPoint presentations as they all carry a link-back to authors’ teacher-profiles.
- Teachers can gain visibility for their profiles on WiZiQ by showcasing their presentations on popular sites frequented by students and potential learners such as Moodle and other Course Management Systems.
- Link-backs to presentations would enhance the authority of documents in search engines, which would show up on keywords related to the documents on SERPs (Search Engine Result Pages). This would enhance teachers’ profiles.
Registration is required to use the content sharing feature; here is the registration page: http://www.wiziq.com/Register.aspx