The CFPCA also used Splashtop’s remote access scheduling feature to ensure that an entire class of students could access a specific computer lab during their scheduled class time.
The scheduling feature has made it possible for Wayne State to continue providing a high quality synchronous learning environments for students who need to work from lab computers.
Teaching a Synchronous Photoshop Lab Virtually with Splashtop
Here’s how Splashtop for remote labs assisted one CFPCA professor in guiding his remote learning students through a live photoshop demo:
“Some shots from my synchronous lab today. I’m teaching at the teaching station with a camera trained on me and I have an assistant at times running around behind the 16 machines that students are logged into while they’re following a photoshop tutorial that I made.”
Chris Gilbert, an Application Technical Analyst at the CFPCA who was instrumental in deploying Splashtop at Wayne State University also had this to say:
“First week (of the Fall 2020 semester) is done and now we are on to the second week. Everything is working as it should. Thank you so much for everything you and you team have put together. WSU and most importantly CFPCA is very happy and grateful.”
Learn more about Splashtop for remote labs
Thousands of school districts, colleges, and universities have turned to Splashtop for remote labs as a strategic piece of their distance learning and hybrid learning strategies. With Splashtop, students can access and remotely control Windows and Mac lab computers from their own Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, and even Chromebook devices!
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