Learning through immersive media workshop

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W313, Digital Learning Hub

Medical Building 181, MDHS

http://go.unimelb.edu.au/622r

Parkville, Victoria 3010

Australia

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Immersive media such as virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and 360 video is increasingly being used to develop new types of learning experiences. These technology tools are currently being used by academic staff to support their teaching across areas such as Medicine, Science, Engineering, Architecture, and Arts.

Participants attending this session at the new MDHS Digital Learning Hub will be given the opportunity to try out different immersive media technologies. Examples demonstrating various use cases will be shared as well as advice and guidance about factors to consider when developing immersive media learning activities.


Program

12.00pm - Introduction and overview of VR in LE (Ben Loveridge)

- Overview of Digital Learning Hub and VR Heart project (Charles Sevigny)

- Arts Presentation (Mitch Buzza)

- NeXT Lab (MSD)

- Using 360 degree video in vet science (Stuart Barber)

1.00pm - Lunch break (light refreshments provided) and free play

– Using Nanome VR for molecular biology (Mike Kuiper)

– Demo Applications of AR with NeXT Lab (MSD)

2.00pm - Finish


Presenters

Ben Loveridge – Learning Environments

Dr. Charles Sevigny – Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences

Dr. Stuart Barber – Veterinary and Agricultural Science

Mitch Buzza - Arts

Dr. Mike Kuiper – CSIRO (Remotely via VR)

NeXT Lab (MSD) - Presenters TBC


Please note: This session is open to University of Melbourne staff only

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W313, Digital Learning Hub

Medical Building 181, MDHS

http://go.unimelb.edu.au/622r

Parkville, Victoria 3010

Australia

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