Your classroom: English not required

Break the language barrier and engage all your students.

 

International students are a growing population at universities, 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 directly to the students who need it. All it takes is speaking into a microphone that’s connected to spf.io.

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Ready for Anything

With spf.io, you can provide translation to your students any time with automated translation always at your fingertips.

Convenient Display

Translation and slides can both be displayed through spf.io. Show them on a projector or directly on the students’ computers.

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Gather Feedback

Easily engage your students by collecting questions during and immediately after lectures with spf.io.

How It Works

1. Upload prepared materials

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Prepared Translations

(if you have it)

Single Control

Set up the device that will control the display of translations and slides.

Connect a microphone

to spf.io for automatic captions and translation.

Projectors

Show up to 3 languages on a single projector.

Mobile Devices

Your audience visits the event URL to receive translation.

Ready to try it out?

Contact us to start reaching your multilingual audience better than ever before.

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