A virtual classroom is online, and allows students to communicate, view presentations or videos, interact with other students or lecturers, and engage with resources in work groups. Examples of technologies used in a virtual classroom include tools such as Web conferencing, videoconferencing, livestreaming, and Web-based VoIP to provide remote students with the ability to collaborate in real time. Well-known applications include
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