A new platform called Virtual Language Learning (VLL) is a free app that aims to help students in schools across the globe learn English with video lectures.
VLL is a combination of a video-based textbook and a virtual online learning platform.
It aims to provide students with a more interactive way to learn a language.
Vll is the brainchild of former Microsoft employee and software engineer David R. Kroll.
The app aims to allow users to watch a virtual video and then learn the words and phrases associated with a given word, while recording their own learning progress.
“When you’re looking for a way to get a basic understanding of a language, it’s really difficult to do it in real time,” Kroll told TechCrunch.
“That’s where virtual video is really helpful.”
Learning with video is a natural fit for a company with a long history of developing and marketing language learning software.
For instance, Kroll worked at Microsoft’s Education, Learning and Education division before joining Vll.
The company’s software was responsible for teaching thousands of students the basic concepts of writing, reading and arithmetic.
The team also designed and developed the Virtual Learning Platform, which includes the online classroom, a learning engine and a video recorder.
But VLL, which launched last year, is a new app, and the team is now looking to expand the program to include the rest of the world.
“We wanted to create a virtual world that would allow anyone who wants to learn to learn in a very simple way,” said Kroll, a native English speaker and former Microsoft recruiter.
“It’s very much an interactive platform that’s geared toward students who are at a beginner’s level.”
Kroll and his team will be working on a new version of the app this summer, and it is set to launch later this year.
While the app currently offers no specific videos, Vll will allow users access to a video recording feature, and will allow students to create and upload their own videos to stream on the platform.
For example, a user can create a video to take to a class, upload it to the platform and then play it on their phone.
Once uploaded, students will be able to watch it at any time, which could be useful for those who are having difficulty learning English.
“As the first language, students learn very quickly, so they really want to have a video that they can watch at anytime,” Koll said.
“The way to do that is to use the video recording features that you get with the Virtual Language Learner app.
We are planning to launch a video tutorial as well that will allow learners to record their own video lessons.”
The video tutorials are set to be available in the summer.
The new app will also allow users the option to use voice dictation for the audio of the video, and there will be a video mode that will include video and audio together.
The platform also includes a video teacher and a language teacher, who will be in touch with students after the video is over to provide help.
Students will be provided with a video player that will play the audio and video.
The VLL team is also working on adding the ability to record audio as well.
The video lessons will be hosted on the company’s servers, and students will then be able access them on the VLL platform.
“For our students, they will be learning with a language that is their first language,” Kolls said.
Voll is currently available for iOS and Android devices.
Koll has been working on the app since February, and he expects the new version to launch in the third quarter of next year.
The first version of Vll was released in October of 2017, and has been downloaded over 2 million times, according to the company.
“One of the things that I think we’ve really been successful with is that we have a very active community that has really embraced the platform,” Krol said.
While Kroll believes the app is a great way to teach a language without the need for a teacher, it also provides students with an entirely different way to study.
“In this world, people who are studying a foreign language are very isolated,” he said.
That means students often don’t have much time to go to class, or are only exposed to English classes when it is a local language.
In addition, many teachers are more concerned with the financial benefits of the language they are teaching, and aren’t likely to spend as much time as they might with their students.
“They’re more focused on the money and the time,” he added.
“I think that it’s a very good way for them to do the work that they need to do, but it’s also a very valuable way for the students to do their work.”
The Vll team will also be expanding its existing curriculum in the coming months.
For now, VLL offers a number of English language courses, which include the English language course in Spanish and Portuguese, the French language course, the Portuguese language