Virtual reality (VR) offers students a unique 3D learning experience. In this session, experience VR for yourself and learn more about how to adopt it in your teaching practice.
About this session
Virtual reality offers students a unique 3D experience and is increasingly being used to develop authentic, simulated learning experiences. This innovative technology tool is currently being used by academic staff to support their teaching across faculties such as Medicine and Arts.
Using the University’s new state-of-the-art immersive learning space, participants attending this session will be given the opportunity to experience virtual reality technology for themselves. Examples demonstrating various use cases will be shared as well as advice and guidance about factors to consider when developing virtual reality learning activities.
Ben Loveridge, Learning Environments
Associate Professor Dawn Gleeson, School of BioSciences (6 July session only)
Old Geology South VR studio, Parkville
Thursday 6 July, 1-2pm
Tuesday 3 October, 1-2pm*
* Registrations for the October session will open mid-August – you can express your interest in attending.