Join us to hear an overview of XR initiatives at Georgian College
Audience: Instructors interested in XR/VR
An overview of XR initiatives at Georgian College
Rob Theriault is Immersive Technology Lead at Georgian College, President of the Canadian Chapter of the Immersive Learning Research Network, author, researcher, blogger, speaker, EdTech enthusiast, EV owner. Rob will provide an overview of XR initiatives at Georgian College (an institution that is being recognized as a Canadian lead in XR technology application). Read a recent article on XR activities at Georgian College: VR Technology is changing the learning landscape at Georgian College.
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