Episode: How Immersion in Virtual and Augmented Worlds Helps Students


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How Immersion in Virtual and Augmented Worlds Helps Students
The 2010 National Educational Technology Plan identifies immersive media as among the most powerful emerging technologies for learning. This session describes our research in designing and studying immersive virtual worlds, as well as augmented realities enabled by mobile devices, as resources for instruction and for assessment, as well as student motivation. isites.harvard.edu/chris_dede

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