Partnerships are a core part of the Immersive Learning Research Network's effort in fulfilling our mission to identify, showcase, and innovate on "what works" in Immersive Learning. iLRN has many different partners, collaborating with and within the network at a variety of levels.We are grateful for the opportunity to amplify the work and message of organizations that align with our non-profit mission.
Silkroad 4.0 is an independent civil society initiative that explores the old and new Silk Road trade routes from a European perspective, inviting other perspectives to join. Continuously pioneering the world since 2016. EDUCAUSE is a non-profit association that helps higher education optimize the impact of IT. All EDUCAUSE activities and services aim to strengthen higher education. From building the IT profession, to connecting and facilitating collaboration across the community of practitioners, thought leaders and key influencers to providing expert research, data and analysis to better inform strategic decision-making on campus, EDUCAUSE helps members understand and grow the strategic role of IT in higher education. The Virtual Reality Industries are booming. The Metaverse is a top priority on every company's agenda. Navigating this vast space is a challenge - and an extraordinary opportunity. XR Bootcamp's Virtual Reality and Metaverse courses are designed and taught by award-winning, cutting-edge leading XR professionals, making sure that what you learn moves you forward. From Beginner & Intermediate to Master Mixed Reality and Virtual Reality Bootcamps! The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) is the premier professional association for school system technology leaders. CoSN provides thought leadership resources, community, best practices and advocacy tools to help leaders succeed in the digital transformation. CoSN represents over 13 million students in school districts nationwide and continues to grow as a powerful and influential voice in K-12 education. The International Game Developers Association (IGDA) is the largest non-profit membership organization in the world serving all individuals who create games. The mission of the IGDA is to support and empower game developers around the world in achieving fulfilling and sustainable careers. As an international organization, the IGDA is a U.S.-based 501(c)6 non-profit professional association and a global network of collaborative projects and communities of individuals from all fields of game development – including programmers and producers, designers and artists, as well as writers, business people, QA team members, localization experts, and everyone else who participates in any way in the game development process. The IGDA brings together developers at key industry conferences, and in over 150 Chapters and Special Interest Groups (SIGs), to improve their lives and their craft. The Creative Science Foundation (CSf) is a charitable organization, dedicated to the exploration and promotion of creative methods for supporting science, engineering, business and sociopolitical innovation through various activities such as organising courses, workshops, seminars, conferences, journals, publications, and projects. The Moore Family Center for Whole Grain Foods, Nutrition and Preventive Health is dedicated to helping individuals and communities live healthier through healthy foods and good nutrition. Based at Oregon State University, the Center's goal is to take a multidisciplinary approach to understand the role of all foods, including whole grains, in health promotion and disease prevention. The Center builds upon synergies among research, education and outreach/practice to bridge the science of whole foods and nutrition to its practical application in the community. It fosters collaborations among researchers, students, educators and community stakeholders by using awareness, research, education and services to help improve the community health and well-being.