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Students' assessment of immersive virtual reality as a pedagogic medium

Al-khalifah, A. and McCrindle, R.J. (2006) Students' assessment of immersive virtual reality as a pedagogic medium. In: 3rd International Conference on Educational Technology (ICET 2006), Calgary, Canada.

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Over the past few years a number of research studies, mainly involving desktop-based or head-mounted Virtual Reality (VR) systems, have been undertaken to determine what VR can contribute to the education process. In our study we have used the findings from a number of these studies to help in formulating a new study into the perceived merits and limitations of using VR in general, and immersive CAVE-like systems in particular, as an education tool. We conducted our study with a group of final year undergraduate students who were registered on a module that described VR in terms of the scientific issues, application areas, and strengths and weaknesses of the technology.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Divisions:Life Sciences > School of Biological Sciences > Department of Bio-Engineering
ID Code:14536
Uncontrolled Keywords:Virtual reality, immersive displays, education.
Publisher:Acta Press

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