Tuesday, November 12 | 1:00PM–2:00PM ET | Online

EDUCAUSE Live! Webinar
XR for Teaching and Learning

EDUCAUSE recently published the eXtended Reality (XR) for Teaching and Learning report on the second year of the EDUCAUSE/HP Campus of Future Project, which asked the research question, What factors influence the effectiveness of XR technologies for achieving various learning goals? In this session, we'll explore the findings of this study—that by enabling the creation of realistic and high-fidelity simulations, XR expands the range of topics that can be learned as skills, but that even where its pedagogical benefits are clear, XR must still fit into existing instructional practices. These findings will also be illustrated with examples of XR use cases for teaching and learning in fields as diverse as physics, nursing, and dance.


  • Learn how the variety of XR technologies can best support applications in various disciplines
  • Learn about XR technologies that could be effective for achieving learning objectives for a course at your institution
  • Understand the challenges and opportunities for deploying XR technologies in a course

Supporting Resources


  • D. Christopher Brooks

    Senior Analyst, The Tambellini Group
  • Jeffrey Pomerantz

    Associate Professor of Practice, Simmons University

Resources & Downloads

  • Slides

    3 MB, pdf - Updated on 1/23/2024
  • Transcript

    248 KB, pdf - Updated on 1/23/2024
  • Chat Transcript

    33 KB, docx - Updated on 1/23/2024
  • Recording

    Updated on 1/23/2024

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