Distance education is a form of education with the use of computer and telecommunication technologies, which provide interactive interaction between teachers and students at various stages of education and independent work with materials of the information network.  

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the pace and rhythm of life in all spheres of economic, spiritual, and educational spaces. The spread of the disease prompted the transfer of the educational process to a distance form of education. 

Distance learning at Khnadu takes place on the Khnadu Education website  using the BigBlueButton and Zoom programs.

BigBlueButton is an open source web conferencing system for distance (online) learning, but can also be used for briefings, presentations and webinars. BigBlueButton (BBV) supports the sharing of audio and video, slides, chat, screen, in real time, designed for simultaneous use of a virtual whiteboard by several users, supports online surveys, discussion rooms, recording sessions and their playback for later review.    

  Zoom is a program for organizing video conferences. It provides a video telephony service that allows you to connect up to 100 devices simultaneously for free, with a 40-minute limit for free accounts. Users can increase the level of service by using one of the tariff plans, with a maximum number of connections of up to 500 people at the same time, without time limits.