WizIQ also allows course developers to create courses that contain archived webinars. Students can sign up through WizIQ's courses portal and access the course content, assessment, and generate a certificate the reflects performance on a final assessment.
So, individuals or institutions that would like to create a "mini-MOOC" can do so fairly easily with WizIQ. In addition to video instruction in languages and computer programming, there are also intriguing titles such as Vedic Math and MatLab for Financial Engineering (value priced at $5! the regular price is $250).
WizIQ is available through subscription, and will also be available for free with Moodle 2.4.
WizIQ has over 200,000 teachers and 2.5 million learners using the platform in more than 100 countries around the world.
WizIQ provides tools for teachers to deliver online education in online or blended learning formats, connect with students, share educational content, deliver live online classes and facilitate highly engaging learning experiences. WizIQ works on PCs, iPad and Android tablets; and can be customized for languages such as Arabic and Hebrew (right to left) and other 12 languages.
1. Westmoreland Intermediate Unit #7 integrates WizIQ Virtual Classroom
Westmoreland Intermediate Unit #7, one of the 29 educational agencies in the state of Pennsylvania, serves seventeen school districts. The agency was looking to provide a flexible environment where a student could still be in a brick-and-mortar school and have an option to take advanced online courses offered in other district schools.
With the WizIQ’s 17 installations of Moodle Course Management System, teachers were able connect with students in real-time and teach classes just as they would in the traditional classroom and that too without downloading any software.
Department of Corrections chooses WizIQ
In August 2011, the KDOC integrated the WizIQ Virtual Classroom with their Moodle installation. The institution now uses this new platform for its training and developmental programs designed for staff and other members resulting in 50% reduction in institutional spending on the training and 400% increase in number of online teachers. The KDOC now offers more than 50 online courses, and several hundred live training classes.