VR Liability Waivers, Guidelines, and Policies

Metaverse Ethics Team Educators in VR

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Educators, schools, trainers, researchers, and businesses require users to sign liability waivers, permission forms, and post guidelines and policies for awareness as well as avoidance of liability and responsibility issues. It's about safety, security, and making sure their VR experience is a good one. The Educators in VR Metaverse Ethics Team offers a intro workshop covering the key elements you need in your permission forms and policies.

The Educators in VR Metaverse Ethics Team, formerly the Cyberbullying Team, meets regularly to explore the legal, ethical, and social challenges of the metaverse, and encourage standards and practices that keep virtual communities open, thriving, and healthy while encouraging safety and security for all.

October is International Bullying and Cyberbullying Month. Educators in VR hosts a month-long series of special events on the subject. If this is a passionate issue for you, please join our team.

Expect these sessions to touch upon sensitive areas. Please remember, these are NOT therapy sessions.


Educators in VR is dedicated to integrating VR, AR, and XR into education and business. Since 2018, we host over 800 VR free and paid events, classes, workshops, and conferences annually covering all aspects of immersive education.

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