Learning with Multitasking in the Hybrid and Virtual Classroom white paper
Devices with processors powered by Intel® technology create a more seamless teaching and learning experience by reducing disruptions and delays, making it easier to connect with others, and allowing students and educators to spend less time waiting for the processor to keep up with learning that requires multitasking.
Just like in a pre-pandemic classroom setting, a typical day of virtual learning requires students to use their devices to complete many simultaneous complex tasks. They often join a videoconference while having multiple web browser tabs open and applications running on their devices. Students rely heavily on video and livestreaming websites such as YouTube* to engage with materials, both for their school-based work and for personal learning. Students also regularly engage with a learning management system, such as Google Classroom* or Canvas*, and work collaboratively in Google Docs* or Microsoft OneDrive* while connected to a videoconference on Zoom.