Applying Mixed Reality to the Classroom of the Future

Wednesday, October 31 | 10:45AM–11:30AM MT | Meeting Room 501/502
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
CWRU is developing and implementing small and large scale immersive, augmented reality/mixed reality (AR/MR) educational resources, primarily using the Microsoft HoloLens. Case studies in digital alternatives to cadaver-based anatomy in medical school, interactive dance performances, and physics concepts will be presented and explored with attendees.

Outcomes: Describe how AR/MR expands upon active learning to create dynamic, immersive, collaborative environments * Understand CWRU's process for selecting AR/MR projects and how to effectively plan for their development and implementation * Apply lessons learned from CWRU's experience in developing AR/MR to your institution


  • Mark Griswold

    Professor, Faculty Director of Interactive Commons, Case Western Reserve University
  • Erin Henninger

    Executive Director, Case Western Reserve University
  • Sue Shick

    Instructional Designer, Case Western Reserve University