Webcams can help students and teachers with remote and hybrid learning and education. Having a good webcam gives you better video and audio quality, making it easier for everyone to communicate.
You might be thinking that you already have a camera on your laptop or smartphone so why not use that? Your laptop or smartphone camera can't compete with a dedicated webcam when it comes to visual performance and sound quality. A larger camera has a bigger lens, allowing more light to hit the sensor, giving you a clearer image.
Many cameras have tilting, panning, and zooming features to frame your video effortlessly, no matter where you place it. You can even mount a webcam to the whiteboard to give a clear view of the entire class to other students.