Manage low bandwidth during remote learning sessions

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One of the biggest challenges posed by remote learning is keeping students connected to their teachers and their classmates, not all of whom have devices that can facilitate such connections. Anza Valley Outlook/Courtesy photo
TEMECULA – One of the biggest challenges posed by remote learning is keeping students connected to their teachers and their classmates, not all of whom had readily available access to devices that could facilitate such connections. School systems worked to procure devices for students only to be confronted by another challenge: low bandwidth. According to Microsoft, bandwidth refers to the amount of data that can be transferred over an internet connection per second. Low bandwidth can compromise students’ ability to stay connected to their virtual classrooms. Helping students overcome that challenge, Microsoft offered the following tips on how educators, students and parents can manage low bandwidth during remote learning sessions. Reduce reliance on video during class sessions.
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