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About the Host
In Rhyme, all projects are completely hands-on. You don't just passively watch someone else. You use the software directly while following the host's (Teodor Dovichinski) instructions. Using the software is the only way to achieve mastery. With the "Live Guide" option, you can ask for help and get immediate response.
Nothing! Just join through your web browser. Your host (Teodor Dovichinski) has already installed all required software and configured all data.
Absolutely. We offer Rhyme for workgroups as well larger departments and companies. Universities, academies, and bootcamps can also buy Rhyme for their settings. You can select projects and trainings that are mission critical for you and, as well, author your own that reflect your own needs and tech environments. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rhyme's visual instructions are somewhat helpful for reading impairments. The Rhyme interface has features like resolution and zoom that are slightly helpful for visual impairment. And, we are currently developing a close-caption functionality to help with hearing impairment. Most of the accessibility options of the cloud desktop's operating system or the specific application can also be used in Rhyme. However, we still have a lot of work to do. If you have suggestions for accessibility, please email us at email@example.com
We started with windows and linux cloud desktops because they have the most flexibility in teaching any software (desktop or web). However, web applications like Salesforce can run directly through a virtual browser. And, others like Jupyter and RStudio can run on containers and be accessed by virtual browsers. We are currently working on such features where such web applications won't need to run through cloud desktops. But, the rest of the Rhyme learning, authoring, and monitoring interfaces will remain the same.