Immersive learning

UCISA 2018 Immersive Environments Conference

UCISA 2018 Immersive Environments Conference Heidi Singleton, Elizabeth Falconer and Debbie Holley presented “Engage and Engage and Educate with Virtual Reality: sharing our experiences of Virtual Avebury and VR Deteriorating Patient” at the UCISA conference this week and the presentation sparked quite a bit of interest.   https://ucisa.mediasite.com/mediasite/Play/713f32b50a5045a580119b2df9056f7e1d?catalog=f5dd3e61c6b54f2fb4bfa3cf2199894f21&playFrom=9199&autoStart=true   We had the privilege of learning… Read more »

VIRTUAL REALITY LEARNING SPACES- At Keele Univeristy

Keele Univeristy have developed a new ‘Health Cinema’ for use on its programmes. This is a large screen, visualisation facility located in our 133-seat lecture theatre. The cinema-grade projection system can use both 2D and 3D to display content such as virtual anatomy or molecular visualisation.   They also have VIRTUAL PATIENT WEB-BASED LEARNING Their… Read more »

Still time to sign up to attend the UCISA Immersive Environments Conference in Birmingham (5th December)

Immersive experiences can transport learners to different environments and augment learning within their current surroundings. The cost to create and interact with these experiences previously meant that these methods of learning and teaching had been limited to those with ample resources. Technologies such as the Internet of Things, Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality are enabling… Read more »

Interested in using Immersive Learning strategies with your students?

360 Degree Video can be a simple and effective way to start.  The CEL team have a 360 Degree camera that will enable the user to take 360 degree footage for your teaching and learning material.   Here are a few ideas: A virtual orientation to a shared facility “Where are we now”, “what is… Read more »