eXtended Reality (XR): The New World of Human/Machine Interaction

Wednesday, October 31 | 9:45AM–10:30AM MT | Meeting Room 301/302
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
eXtended reality (XR) technologies present opportunities to advance the higher education mission and prepare students for a new world of human/machine interaction. In this interactive session, we will explore what is being done today and what is possible in four key areas of XR: use, technology, content development, and gamification.

Outcomes: Identify best-of-class tools and methods available for the design and support of XR in higher ed * Explain to campus stakeholders the potential of XR to support pedagogy, research, and student success * Understand the areas of focus of our growing XR community of practice and how you can participate

Presenters

  • Scott Diener

  • Bill McCreary

    Vice President CIO-CTO, The University of Toledo
  • Art Sprecher

    Vice President for Technology-CIO, University of the Pacific

Resources & Downloads

  • eXtended Reality XR The New World of Human Machine Interaction

    Updated on 11/21/2022
  • eXtended Reality XR The New World of Human Machine Interaction pdf

    Updated on 11/21/2022