This session will present outcomes and next steps from session 36 - FAIDS WORKSHOP: "Let’s put iLRN to work: Discovering a Common Vision for our Worldwide Nonprofit Organization".
Jordan Tynes (Wellesley College, United States)
Maritina Keleri (University of Westminster, UK)
This session will present outcomes and next steps from session 37 "Second Annual IEEE TC-ILE Member Meeting".
This presentation will focus on the use of virtual, mixed and augmented reality (XR) technologies in the field of higher education. XR is a medium that is likely to revolutionize the way students learn and interact with educational content. During the presentation, Rob will discuss the various ways in which XR technologies, predominantly virtual reality (VR), are being utilized at Georgian College, such as for immersive simulations, virtual field trips, and interactive course materials. Rob will share how Georgian has taken a thoughtful and fiscally responsible approach to the exploration and integration or immersive VR and will share many of the challenges along the way. He will present case studies and examples of successful implementation and some of the barriers and failures.
Andreas Dengel (Goethe-University of Frankfurt, Germany)
Jonathon Richter (University of Montana, United States)
Christian Eckhardt (CalPoly, United States)
April Marie Grow (CalPoly, United States)