The video conferencing service "Zoom" will provide "Zoom" to Japanese schools free of charge until April 30. The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry is cooperating in achieving this.
This response was due to the request for temporary closure of schools from March 2 until spring break from March 2 due to the spread of the new coronavirus.
Schools can use Zoom to display video images of 49 people, making it possible to use a "remote lesson" to realize a class with a sense of unity without any time limit. In addition, "remote conference" of up to 300 people can be used without restriction, and it can be used for various meetings with parents. In addition, remote seminars for up to 500 people are also available.
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