Internet Video Goes to School; California State University Sacramento, SpotLife and Logitech are adding a Face to the Virtual Classroom

August 31, 2001

CSU Sacramento, SpotLife and Logitech (Nasdaq:LOGIY) (Switzerland: LOGN, LOGZ) today announced their participation in a new online video classroom project that was co-developed by Dr. Kent W. Meyer and Rolando Cabiles. Dr. Meyer, a Professor of Accounting at Sacramento State University, and Mr. Cabiles, the Project Coordinator, are taking the virtual classroom to the next level by adding live video and audio to Dr. Meyer’s online lectures. The course utilizes a Logitech QuickCam Web camera to broadcast real-time video and audio via SpotLife’s Personal Video Broadcasting service ( The participants in the first online video classroom at CSU Sacramento had a higher attendance rate, a lower dropout percentage and passed the course with a stronger accumulative course average.