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Using virtual and augmented reality to improve learning: a FLANZ online Conversation
FLANZ proudly presents the first of its FLANZ Conversations for 2018, a joint event with EdTechNZ. Using virtual and augmented reality to improve learning. 08 March, 1:00 pm.
As virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) technologies become cheaper and more readily available, particularly through smartphone apps, mainstream practical application becomes more achievable. Both technologies lend themselves readily to learning, with the cost and timeframe to delivery fast approaching that of traditional elearning. In this webinar we’ll look at how VR and AR can deliver on learning needs, the future potential of both technologies as they become cheaper and more available, and some current examples of both in action.
Alistar Wickens has over 10 years’ experience designing and delivering learning for organisations and is skilled at creating multi-faceted blended learning solutions that deliver change. He also has experience creating video, animation, social learning environments, and facilitated learning and is passionate about the application of emerging technologies, such as VR and AR in learning. Alistar currently works as a Senior Educational Designer for Synapsys Ltd in Wellington, with a focus on designing innovative learning solutions for a wide range of clients.
FLANZ Conversation: Using virtual and augmented reality to improve learning
Presenter: Alistar Wickens
Format: Webinar, half an hour presentation followed by the opportunity to ask Alistar questions and online discussion