The Gazette - DeVry University debuts virtual connected classrooms on Colorado Springs campus

DeVry University's new "virtual connected classroom" looks like technology on steroids.

Cameras activated by sound and motion follow professors and students around the room and beam their images on giant video screens.

Students in Colorado Springs, Phoenix, New York, Chicago and other cities can be linked to the same lesson and interact with each other.

"It fosters an environment of thinking outside the box and outside the area in which you live," said student Jessica Tate.

DeVry University's new "virtual connected classroom" looks like technology on steroids.

Cameras activated by sound and motion follow professors and students around the room and beam their images on giant video screens.

Students in Colorado Springs, Phoenix, New York, Chicago and other cities can be linked to the same lesson and interact with each other.

"It fosters an environment of thinking outside the box and outside the area in which you live," said student Jessica Tate.

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