These video lectures give learners no confidence when it comes to transferring knowledge from these lectures into the real world using software tools. Moreover, when learners are passively watching lectures, they are likely to become easily distracted by mobile phones, social media sites, or any number of other possible distractions. And as an instructor, lecture-based training gives you no real-time tools to determine whether or not learners are actually learning anything.
Rhyme solves these problems by providing a platform where learners watch a live or recorded instructor teaching a skill while at the same time interacting with software tools. Learners also follow along by directly interacting with those software tools on their own virtual machines. These virtual machines are preconfigured by you, the instructor, ensuring that learners don’t waste any time in installing, configuring, or troubleshooting. With Rhyme, you can monitor any individual learner’s progress in real time and even take control of their virtual machine if needed. Rhyme runs completely in a web browser and your learners won’t need to install any software or plugins, even if you are teaching Windows, Linux, or web-based software tools.
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