EDUCAUSE 2018: Experts See the Impacts of Augmented and Virtual Reality in Education
Augmented and virtual reality — and extended reality, an umbrella term coined by EDUCAUSE that includes 3D printing — aren't fads that are going away anytime soon.
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- Malcolm Brown, Director of Learning Initiatives, EDUCAUSE
- Christopher Brooks, Co-Author, A Guide to Teaching in the Active Learning Classroom
- Anthony Salcito, Vice President of Education, Microsoft
- Experts believe augmented reality gives students a larger perspective and expands teaching and learning.
- More content and headset options are coming, says Anthony Salcito, vice president of Education at Microsoft.
- Faculty, instructional designers and technologists need to work together to bring these technologies on board to make the most impact, says EDUCAUSE's Malcolm Brown.