SUPER HYBRID-FLEXIBLE TYPE CLASSROOM USING H.323 ON-PREMISE VIDEO CONFERENCE SYSTEM AND ONLINE WEB MEETING SERVICE

  • Naoki Ohshima Graduate School of Management of Innovation and Technology, Yamaguchi University, Ube, JAPAN

Abstract

Yamaguchi University, a national university corporation, has been trying to introduce online classes using Webex online meetings as a form of teaching in the COVID19 pandemic. The author is in charge of the Advanced Course of Research and Development Strategy (200 students), a required course in the Graduate School of Sciences and Technology for Innovation, Yamaguchi University. The author is in charge of the Advanced Course of Research and Development Strategy (200 students), a required course in the Graduate School of Sciences and Technology for Innovation, Yamaguchi University. In order to maximize the educational effect of this course, the author tried to expand the online class system. In order to maximize the educational effect of this course, the author tried to expand the online class system of this course to a Hybrid-Flexible type class. The Hybrid-Flexible class is a method of simultaneously delivering live lectures online and onsite. The Hybrid-Flexible class is a method of simultaneously delivering live lectures online and onsite. In classes where experiments and practical training are conducted, such as science and chemistry The Hybrid-Flexible type class is a method of simultaneously delivering live lectures online and onsite. In classes where experiments and practical training are conducted, such as science and chemistry experiments, Hybrid-Flexible type delivery is used by broadcasting the procedures of the experiments. In general, Hybrid-Flexible type class is implemented by broadcasting online the Teacher Standing and Face-to-Face lecturing in the classroom. However, in such a case, the video content received by the online students and the students However, in such a case, the video content received by the online students and the students in the classroom (on-site) is not necessarily the same. Therefore, in order to realize the delivery of the same content to both online and on-site, author conducted a Hybrid-Flexible class by connecting the H.323 on-premise video conference system in the classroom to Webex online service. In addition, author supports asynchronous learning by delivering recorded lectures on demand. In this paper, author report the possibility of super Hybrid-Flexible class by connecting the H.323 on-premise video conference system in the classroom to Webex online service. In this paper, author report the possibility of super Hybrid-Flexible lecture style (live streaming, pseudo face-to-face classes and on-demand delivery) by connecting H. 323 system and Webex. 323 system and Webex.

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Published
2021-12-07
How to Cite
OHSHIMA, Naoki. SUPER HYBRID-FLEXIBLE TYPE CLASSROOM USING H.323 ON-PREMISE VIDEO CONFERENCE SYSTEM AND ONLINE WEB MEETING SERVICE. International Journal of Education and Pedagogy, [S.l.], v. 3, n. 4, p. 101-111, dec. 2021. ISSN 2682-8464. Available at: <https://myjms.mohe.gov.my/index.php/ijeap/article/view/16427>. Date accessed: 15 aug. 2022.
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