Break the language barrier and engage all your students.
International students are a growing population at universities and K-12, but the language barrier makes it difficult for them to understand everything that is going on in class. With spf.io, you can help by providing live captions and translation of lectures and lessons directly to the students who need it. All it takes is speaking into a microphone that’s connected to spf.io. Spf.io also integrates with platforms like Zoom and YouTube to enhance those experiences with the tools you need to serve your class in many languages.
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How It Works
Set up the device that will control the display of translations and slides.
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