Why videoconferencing security is essential to remote learning
from EdTech Magazine
As school districts nationwide continue instruction in a remote learning environment, many educators are using videoconferencing technology to stay connected with students and collaborate with colleagues from a distance. But videoconferencing platforms don't come without risks. When a high school teacher in San Diego Unified School District held a video meeting with students on their first day of distance learning, three anonymous individuals took over the call and shared inappropriate messages, The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
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