Learning Environments recognised at iAwards
Learning Environments prides itself on being a leader in innovation within the University, and was delighted to recently have the Learning Environments-supported project 'Music Therapy in Virtual Environments' recognised as a finalist at the national iAwards event in the Infrastructure Platforms and Innovation of the Year category.
The iAwards is Australia's longest running and most broadly scoped innovation recognition program, promoting excellence in the Australian digital ecosystem and has included previous winners such as Google Maps, Atlassian, and Wotif.
This is well-deserved recognition of the outstanding work from the interdisciplinary research team behind this project working to deliver music therapy to people with quadriplegia via online virtual reality systems. The Learning Environments virtual reality team was thrilled to collaborate with the University’s Network Society Institute, and looks forward to continuing to explore the possibilities for utilising virtual reality technology in cutting edge teaching and learning.