Hello everyone.  Welcome to another exciting episode of VR in Education.  Many schools around North American and the rest of the world are continuing to deliver teaching and learning online because of Covid-19.  The primary method of orchestrating instruction is the use of video conferencing tools like Zoom and Google Meet.  Video conferencing in education was adopted out of emergency and many educators are looking for a more powerful awe-inspiring alternative.  So I have invited Steve Grubbs, CEO of VictoryXR on the show today to talk about the exciting things his organization is doing related to remote teaching and learning.  Check out VictoryXR at https://www.victoryxr.com/. You can reach Steve on LinkedIn at linkedin.com/in/steve-grubbs-4708825

Hello Everyone, Welcome to another exciting episode of VR in Education.  In today’s episode get on my soap-box for a few minutes to talk about sustaining the momentum I believe VR has established over the last year or so as we enter 2021.

Hello Everyone, Welcome to another exciting episode of VR in Education.  In today’s episode, we are putting our research “methodologies hat” on to learn more about the work of V.E.I.L.  VEIL stands for virtual experiences interaction lab and their mandate is to uncover effective practices as it pertains to immersive user experiences in VR.  Today, we are talking with Rob Dongas, one of the project leads.  Rob is a PHD student at the University of Sydney and has done extensive work with VR and learning design.  To learn more about VEIL you can visit, https://www.linkedin.com/company/veilab/ 

Hello everyone.  Welcome to another exciting episode of VR in Education.  With the pandemic, I am seeing more and more people moving toward online learning.  And, a select few pioneers are even using virtual worlds to teach their classes.  One such innovator is Michael McDonald from Gold Lotus. Gold lotus offers language learning experiences inside VR.  Michael had been doing this for well over a year.  I spoke with him in episode 30 of this show about his work.  We have invited him back on the show to unpack more about instructional design in VR.  You can contact Michael at https://www.goldlotus.co/about

Hello Everyone! Welcome to another exciting episode of VR in Education.  In today’s episode, we take some time picking the mind of the creator of a wonderfully elegant puzzle game called Cubism.  Thomas Van Bouwel is a Belgian/Brazilian VR developer based in Brussels and he is here today to talk about his app which was nominated for two awards in 2019.  If you are interested in connecting with Thomas you can reach him on Twitter @tovanbo.

Hello Everyone! Welcome to another exciting episode of VR in Education.  In today’s episode, we are honoured to have Thomas Kauer on the show.  Thomas is an instructional designer and e-learning specialist for Tesla.  He has his M.ED in Technology from Harvard and is constantly pushing the boundaries on learning and innovation.  He has taught literature and social studies internationally and in the USA.  Thomas is here today to talk about VR training in enterprise and lessons we might learn and apply to k-12 and higher education.  You can learn more about Thomas on LinkedIn, https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomas-kauer/ 

Hello Everyone, Welcome to another exciting episode of VR in Education.  In today’s episode, we dive deeper into what is quality curriculum content in VR.  We are excited to have James MacDiarmid.  James works as a learning design consultant for Curiious.  His main focus is to support the development of virtual reality (VR) learning solutions to improve achievement, engagement and training services across health, education and heavy industry.  You can learn more about Curiious at https://curiious.com/.  You can find James on Linkedin at https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamesmacdiarmid/

Welcome to another exciting episode of VR in Education.  Today marks an epic milestone for the podcast, our 50th episode.  When I first started this journey it was a hobby and I never had aspirations of making it this far.  But, as I talked with more and more people and have seen this industry grow, I have turned my hobby into a passion.  There is no better person to have on our show to mark the 50th episode than Steve Bambury.  He has been a pioneer in the field of VR in Education and has provided wisdom and mentoring for many of us over the years on using VR as a learning tool.  You can reach Steve through Twitter @steve_bambury, Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevebamburyvr/ or through email- steve@digitalinception.ae

Hello Everyone, Welcome to another exciting episode of VR in Education.  In today’s episode, we are talking with Christophe Mallet from Bodyswaps. Chris has been a thought leader and maverick in the area of immersive technology.  He has given talks around the world, most notably at VR Days and the Raindance Film festival.  He is here today to talk more about his latest VR venture, Body swaps.  We are so lucky to have him on the show. To learn more please check out, https://bodyswaps.co/

Hello Everyone, Welcome to another exciting episode of VR in Education.  In today’s episode, we are talking with Evan Sitler and Drew MacNeil from XpertVR.   XpertVR designs virtual reality simulations for end users.  This may involve a variety of different scenarios including customer user data and or behavioural studies. You can learn more about XpertVR here, https://www.xpertvr.com/ .

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