Lumens educational technology is aimed to create a student-centered interactive classroom and more possibilities for learning any type of coursework. Lumens hybrid classroom solution combines the best practices of traditional face-to-face class and online learning. The hybrid teaching allows an instructor to lecture both remote students and students on campus synchronously—hybrid teaching eases students' transition between digital and on campus. It is a new approach for knowledge acquisition with more resources and fewer limitations. This innovative style of learning solution offers more flexibility for educators and remote students.
Recording lecture allows students to not miss any material. Students can review the captured course 24/7 online and anywhere they want.
Distance learning provides innovative courses and versatile resources. It allows students to virtually visit a science lab or museum.
Event live streaming allows you to stream your campus events, graduations or other ceremonies on various platforms to on-site and remote students.
The online virtual meeting facilitates immediate interaction and seamless collaboration, such as sharing assignments, reports and using digital whiteboards.
E-learning can accommodate everyone's needs. It allows the students to learn at their own pace and gives students the freedom to control their schedules.
A multi-purpose classroom offers spectacular learning opportunities for various uses such as presenting, conferences, and public speaking events.
Lumens products make teaching and learning easier and fit all types of educators. Easily capture lectures and live stream from any device across social media platforms.
“The Lumens VC-A52S PTZ camera was integral in our success of meeting all of these requirements. Our system programmers have been extremely pleased with how easy it has been to control the cameras with our existing hardware.”
The Director of Learning Spaces
“Thanks to the work on this equipment in just a few days we managed to fully restore the holding of lectures and seminars, as well as to prepare the first virtual open day of our faculty with an interactive broadcast on the YouTube channel, which has already been viewed by more than 1000 applicants.”
PhD Roman Yakushin
Dean of the Faculty of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Technologies and Biomedical Drugs in D.Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology