Taipei, Taiwan – November 30, 2016 – “Why you can attack anyone with water during the Thailand water festival, or Songkran?” This was one of many hot topics discussed enthusiastically by students in Russia, Poland, Thailand and Taiwan who attended “AVer Make Friends” event using the AVer CC30 Classroom Video Conferencing Camera.
“Since International Education and Culture Exchange have been the trend, AVer’s‘ Make Friends’ program was designed with purpose to bridge schools worldwide through the use of our leading technology in e-learning and distance learning.” said AVer president Andy Hsi. “We hope to help students become more globalized; get more cross-cultural understanding, and expand more on their views of the world by topic and experience sharing.”
AVer’s CC30 is specially designed for education and classrooms to use when doing distance learning and video conferencing. In 2017, AVer will not only continue to host “Make Friends” events, but also provide schools with advanced service, including buy 1 CC30 get 1 international school for free after registering serial numbers online, connection test, topic planning, etc. to reduce schools’ burden of finding international schools and proceeding distance learning courses. Teachers will focus more on innovative teaching, motivating students, and inspiring their global thinking and viewpoints. “Thanks to AVer Make Friends, our students are able to be motivated and confident with English learning and speaking. The best part is they can improve cross-cultural understanding and interactions”, said Taiwan New Taipei City Chongqing Junior High School teacher, Sandra Yu.
In 2016, AVer donated some CC30 units to 10 different schools in Vietnam, Thailand, Russia, Poland, and Taiwan who participated in the “Make Friends” event in hopes to help more students and schools increase their interschool and international experience. 2017 Make Friends is open for registration. Join now by visiting http://tw.aver.com/make-friends or emailing email@example.com.