Our web-based, large classroom technology was specifically designed to replicate in-person instruction — not the boardroom. The communication and collaboration tools inside the ConexED classroom technology keep participants engaged by providing continuous learning throughout each instructor, tutor or large event virtual activity.
We designed every entry point, feature and collaboration tool to be FERPA and HIPAA compliant and fully accessible for all learning levels and abilities. Protecting and securing all participants’ identities and information is a top priority.
The ConexED platform offers instructors and staff to have full control and power over their office hours, allowing them to decide when, where and who to meet with. ConexED’s platform provides a virtual office with the ability to instant message and replicate an in-person, walk-in appointment. The virtual office space connects to ConexED’s sophisticated scheduling system to empower students to self-schedule a meeting with just a few clicks. Meetings can quickly change to support in-person meetings or move to virtual without having to update a thing.
The ConexED cloud-based scheduling system integrates with Office 365, Exchange Server, Outlook and Google, allowing instructors and staff to manage one calendar. The sophisticated system eliminates the chance of being double-booked. With our appointment reminders, students can stay connected and on time, reducing the need to update your schedule.
ConexED’s comprehensive ACS solution also provides in-person services through on-site kiosks. By providing a self-service kiosk, students can check-in without faculty or staff being present. ConexED’s solution is hardware agnostic. We can provide a custom URL specific to each school and location as the “check-in” page.
The kiosk queuing system is integrated with the scheduling platform, virtual office and virtual classroom technologies. Instructors and staff can offer a hybrid solution for any event, class, or office hours when using a unified ACS. By tracking and recording appointments, school administration can allocate the appropriate resources needed to help students succeed.