This special interest group brings together people from across Arizona State University who have a common interest in the potential for enhancing education and training through Virtual and Augmented Reality. The group connects participants with new opportunities, shares knowledge across ASU units and serves to create transdisciplinary partnerships in research. If you are interested in joining us, please register here:
Scheduled Group Meetings:
October 19 — Mina Johnson, Department of Psychology; Introductions and Design Considerations for Education in VR
November 30 — Charles Kazilek, Office of University Provost; Where VR Meets AR
January 25 — Retha Hill, Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication; Engaging News Consumers with Immersive VR
February 22 — Ariel Anbar, School of Earth and Space Exploration; Guided Discovery in Virtual Worlds
April 26 — Ian Douglas, Institute for the Science of Teaching and Learning will speak on The History and Future VR/AR in Education and Training, then a hands-on demonstration will be held.
All meetings will take place at 4:00 p.m. at the Institute for the Science of Teaching and Learning, Payne Hall, Results Room 129, Tempe Campus.