Enhancing Education at Johns Hopkins Engineering

WSE has made a significant investment in training and technology, including the creation of new, state-of-the-art studios that feature enhanced video, large displays, and high-tech audio, and allow students 360-degree views of the instructor and the whiteboard, while giving remote faculty large-gallery views of all students in the class. 

[Hopkins Engineering] professors delivering their lectures in a large, bright studio…while the eager faces of students look back at them from oversize video screens.

New York Times

Remote learning at Hopkins Engineering

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    FAQs for the JHU Community

    The latest info about instructional and research activities, university operations, transportation, lab safety, and more.