X2O Media, a global provider of virtual collaboration technology for learning institutions, and William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business announced today the installation of three X2O OneRoom virtual classrooms at their Williamsburg, VA campus. William & Mary invested in purpose-built virtual classrooms to address the evolving need to accommodate a hybrid model of remote and in-person teaching and learning. OneRoom provides William & Mary remote students with an immersive learning experience that replicates the energy and one-to-one engagement of an in-class lecture. X2O Media, part of the STRATACACHE family of technology companies, collaborated with integrator partner HB Communications to retrofit existing classrooms to innovative OneRoom virtual classrooms and deliver engaging online courses to their worldwide audience.
“Converting existing classrooms to hybrid classrooms with the game-changing X2O OneRoom technology has allowed The Mason School of Business to diversify our traditional operating model. Not only have we expanded our curriculum to offer both in-room and remote students meaningful, one-to-one interactions, we can also invite virtual presenters for an enriching exchange of ideas without restrictions. Our teachers and students have embraced OneRoom virtual classrooms as an effective way to provide an unparalleled learning experience,” said Dean Larry Pulley.