Video Classes are classrooms on an online platform that takes place via the internet. Lectures/classes can be pre-recorded by the teacher or lecturer, and the students can view the teaching through their individual devices (laptops, computers or smartphones, etc.)
In this virtual setup, the students can view and hear their lecturer and understand the subject just like a physical classroom. One of the differences is that in a video class, the questions are also raised online.
The students can view their course, the syllabus, take exams and quizzes online, and view their scorecard. There also are specific discussion forums in online video classes, where students in a batch can raise questions, and answers are given by fellow students and teachers. Thus, it allows for a classroom discussion where everyone can participate.
There are many students in today’s time who are able to access and learn a variety of courses offered in various universities across the world by simply sitting at their homes. This is possible because of the video classes, which make it possible for students to access the knowledge and learn.
Example: A student from Ahmedabad, India, can learn and earn a certification in Digital Marketing from the University of Illinois by merely engaging in video classes.