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Pedagogical Technology CoP – Virtual Reality Update

Thursday, November 30, 2017
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Center for Teaching Excellence
Thomas Cooper Library, Room L511


Details

Virtual reality (VR) gives students the opportunity to explore at their own pace, to experience distant places any time, any where at little or no cost and to understand a different perspective. VR has been shown to engage students and enhance learning. So how can we provide these opportunities to our students?

Join us to see how VR has been used in classes and explore possibilities for additional opportunities.


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Facilitator


Linda Mihalik
Director
Enterprise Academic Technology Initiatives
Division of Information Technology

Linda Mihalik has been in higher education for 14 years, serving as a college instructor, Assistant Registrar and, currently, as Director of Enterprise Academic Technology Initiatives for the USC Division of Information Technology (DoIT). She also worked in the computer industry for 24 years in research and development, product management and project management. As an IT director she has been involved with USC programs including initiating the web redevelopment program, managing an EPSCoR grant for HBCU’s, development of the Beyond the Classroom Matters (BTCM) database and e-book pilots.  Two current projects are the identification of existing teaching and learning technology on campus looking for opportunities for collaboration and resource sharing, and assisting faculty with the recording and editing of 360 degree videos.



 

 





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