The Division of Digital Learning will be holding technology discovery sessions hosted by the Faculty Multimedia Center (FMC) and the Pegasus Innovation Lab (iLab). The goal of these events is to create a community of practice for individuals to learn about technology, share projects and innovative ideas, and create a network of individuals interested in pursuing technological practices in education. The facilitators plan to generate future sessions of not only VR and AR, but also other innovative technologies to share with faculty and staff.
The last AVID event was hosted in partnership with the Nicholson School of Communication and Media’s Games and Interactive Media program’s Maker Space. As the second AVID event, the session focused on virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technology through guest speaker’s sharing their research in small sessions and provided an opportunity for participants to experience the technology and space itself. This event focused heavily on networking by allowing participants to walk around the space and interact directly with the guest speakers and ended with a short group discussion.
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Learn More About AR/VR
This short presentation provided by Dr. Rohan Jowallah, an instructional designer with UCF’s Center for Distributed Learning, gives an overview of the current entry-level virtual reality headsets for consideration when planning a virtual reality session. Also, important pedagogical considerations are discussed for the implementation of virtual reality.
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