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 this”, and “how to use it” are questions we ask ourselves (or others) every time we come to a new place. A virtual tour or simulation of a shared facility such as a maker space, chemistry lab, library, or multi-purpose room saves faculty members’ time from basic orientation and helps students use resources more efficiently. An easy way to get started with VR!

 

Immersive storytelling as part of digital literacy in the curriculum

The same way as slideshow presentations, immersive storytelling is part of digital literacy skills that every 21st-century student can use in their future professional life. To ensure sustainability, the adoption of new technologies cannot depend on single individuals, but new practices must be integrated in the curriculum.

 

 

360 documentaries for project documentation and research

Students can create elaborate 360 documentaries to demonstrate their learning in any area of the curriculum. Instead (or in addition) to writing an essay or learning how to build a website, try documenting a shared learning experience into a virtual tour.

 

Follow this link to see what it is like:

https://www.thinglink.com/media/1032733215183339521

 

If you would like to know more,  please contact CEL.

For more ideas visit the blog below:

Immersive learning for higher education

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