To fight the spread of COVID-19 and maintain healthy social distancing, schools have temporarily closed and quickly transitioned from on-campus to online learning. In line with this, Unesco shared 8 useful live-video platforms for distance learning.

Below is a list of the most used live-video platforms for distance learning!
Dingtalk

Dingtalk is a communication platform that supports video conferencing, task and calendar management, attendance tracking, and instant messaging.

dingtalk

Lark

Lark is a collaboration suite of interconnected tools that includes chat, calendar, creation and cloud storage, in Japanese, Korean, Italian and English.

lark

Google Meet

Google Meet is a video call platform integrated with other Google’s G-Suite tools.

google meet

Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams contains chat, meetings, calls, and collaboration features integrated with Microsoft Office software.

microsoft teams

Skype

Skype has video and audio calls, chat, and collaboration features.

skype

WeCom

WeCom is a messaging, content sharing, and video/audio-conferencing tool with the possibility of including max. 300 participants, available in English and Chinese.

WeCom

WhatsApp

WhatsApp is a mobile application with video and audio calls, messaging, and content sharing.

whatsapp

Zoom

Zoom is a cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, collaboration, chat, and webinars.

zoom

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