By TAYLOR STUCK, The Herald-Dispatch of Huntington
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Standing behind a glass panel, associate professor and director of the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program at the Marshall University Lewis College of Business, Marc Sollosy picked up a neon yellow marker and began writing on the glass.
Standing on the opposite side of the glass from Sollosy, the words were backward. But looking at the television monitor, the words can be seen, seemingly floating around Sollosy’s head.
Marshall is the first university in the state and one of 350 in the world to have a new Learning Glass Lightboard thanks to a generous donation by the Hoops family. Housed in the Hoops Video Studio on the third floor of Corbly Hall, the leaders of the College of Business hope the technology will make online courses more engaging as the world of higher education transitions to a more online format. …