VR Headset and VR Desktop: Make Room for Both

UniVirtual Experience



HOSTS: Valerie Hill
*Marie Vans
*Bethany Winslow
*Eileen O'Connor
*Pat Franks
*James Neville

Let's talk about the future of virtual reality on both desktop computers and VR headsets to understand the benefits of each. Currently, the consensus shows they have unique advantages depending on the purpose of communities and individual learners.

Dr. Valerie Hill has researched virtual educational environments 14 years across a wide variety of platforms and environments with her team. Dr. Hill has taught at all grade levels from K-12 through higher education and her dissertation was "Factors Contributing to the Adoption of Virtual Worlds by Librarians". Her current research focuses on metaliteracy within our digital era of metamodernism.

Check the UniVirtual Experience Schedule and our How to Attend an VR Event Guide.

UniVirtual Experience is an Educators in VR & Virtual World Society conference May 1-30 across 18 different VR platforms and apps.

Event made possible with Infinity Sponsor HP with HP Higher Education & HP VR Hardware and Technology


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