When it became necessary to close down schools during the COVID-19 outbreak of 2020, educational institutions in Indonesia had to use distant learning programs. Even as the threats of infection eased down after the country’s successful 95% vaccination rollout, Indonesians remained reliant on using tools and methods of information and communications technology. This simply meant using the Internet and its many platforms in carrying out different economic, educational and social activities.
Indonesia’s Tech Savvy Generation Allowed Quick Adaptation in Distance Learning Environments
The country’s tech savvy generation showed impressive ability to adapt to remote learning set ups. The solutions presented new ways of imparting education especially in Indonesia’s remote rural communities.
According to the Association of Indonesian Internet Service Providers (APJII), Indonesia’s 63.5 % Internet penetration has been seeing nearly 69% of the country’s population connected to the Internet. It also helped that the government has been vigorously providing its support in the construction of ICT infrastructures. Doing so had paved the way for the transformation of distance learning in the country, by using new digital communication tools and equipment.
Online or distance learning enable city-based Indonesian teachers to reach and teach students in rural communities. It also gave opportunities to rural teachers to obtain training without need to travel to the big cities. Knowledge sharing and lectures are simply shared by way of streamed webinars.
One such big tech company that helped institutions set up the online learning requirements is AVer. Its innovations are mainly focused on making exchange of large data possible with the use of different digital communications equipment.
Examples of AVer Digital Communication Equipment for Effective Distance Learning
Whereas before, students in rural Indonesian communities had to go to the big cities to obtain better college education, today it’s no longer necessary. The following are examples of Aver distance learning technologies that specifically provide video conferencing and streaming capabilities.
AVer Vision Visualizer
An easy-to-use document camera used as a digital presentation tool. It’s a wireless visualizer that provides superior image quality that can be captured by one-touch video recording.
The recordings can be annotated during live presentations and shared by way of streaming to individual student devices in different distant locations. Distance learners on the other hand, can re-watch content as often as necessary,
The AVer Interactive Control Box
This is an integrable system that connects and synchs Android supported devices of students to the classroom’s digital environment. Suitable for hybrid distance learning, The Control Box extends the life of the classroom equipment as it enables interactive learning by connecting and synching student and teacher devices, either by wireless connection or through a port. Teachers can download content into The Box or install educational applications to reduce time spent on getting connected. In the meantime, educators still have the option to switch seamlessly between PC and Control Box.
The AVer Interactive Flat Panel
The perfect partner to AVer visualizers as this equipment can project powerful classroom displays and teaching materials in ways that will inspire distance learners. To know more about these different distance learning innovations, consult with a distributor Aver Global accredited for its Indonesian operations, to gain better insights.