Collaborate Any Way You Like
Connect, Communicate, Collaborate, and Consolidate
A New Kind of Virtual Classroom
Our platform is built around our exceptional virtual classroom. With an intuitive interface and interactive whiteboard you can come together for any meeting, session, or project seamlessly.
Not only can you have 1-on-1 meetings with ease, you can also host 1-to-Many group sessions. This allows you to give presentations or lead group sessions. You can also record sessions to reference them later.
During your session you have access to an entire toolbar, so you can collaboratively have meetings on subjects from writing help, to trigonometric functions, to last week’s revenue report. The versatility of our virtual classroom sets us apart.
Our virtual classroom is perfect for workshops and events. The platform is so intuitive to use, you’ll be able to pick it up right away; but we also have professional trainers and technical support to help you every step of the way!
Tutors and faculty even have the ability to host drop-in sessions! Students can join and leave at will. Students will love the flexibility, and faculty will appreciate the ease of use. The QuadC video conferencing tool will effortlessly create parallel services to your in-person systems.
Student success is at the core of what we do. To do this, we have built a collaboration tool that is second to none. Our platform effortlessly integrates with your administrative departments, and works perfectly with your entire student success system.
Our collaboration tool is perfect for your writing centre and advising centre. Student tutors can even schedule and meet with students looking to improve their grades.
Does a student need assignment writing help? QuadC allows students to submit assignments for editing and feedback. Everything a student could need outside the classroom is taken care of.
Many schools have many systems in place for video conferencing, scheduling, messaging, SSO, SIS, LMS, and other collaboration platforms. QuadC can integrate with them all so you can spend less time moving between complicated systems, and more time supporting students.