Series of presentations on Virtual worlds in Education

December 3, 2008 at 1:36 pm Leave a comment

I’ve done a series of presentations on Virtual worlds in Education concentrating on the issues of immersion, presense, accessibility, inclusion and exclusion.

Rob Presenting at ReLIVE08 on Virtual worlds and Autism

Rob Presenting at ReLIVE08 on Virtual worlds and Autism

It’s a difficult subject to talk about because my colleagues and I are still building up the core research. That and the usual reluctance to fund blue-sky work in fields that look like “playing” means at present its largely supposition and anecdote . I’ve been left feeling my talks have been weak on rigour and practical advice. I like to frame a problem then offer a solution…

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