The first VRWorldTech Magazine of 2021 promises to ask important questions about the role of immersive technology in education and how educators can get the most out of it for their students
➨ The next issue will feature Ireland-headquartered Immersive VR Education, technology giant Lenovo, the University of Nottingham and Canadian charity MindFuel
➨ The best way to get your hands on a print or digital copy of this issue of VRWorldTech Magazine is to buy a subscription
➨ Subscriptions are available as three- or six-issue bundles, beginning at £90 for digital and £150 for print
VRWorldTech Magazine is returning next month with an issue dedicated to immersive technology for education.
What to expect from the next issue of VRWorldTech Magazine
‣ David Whelan, chief executive officer of Immersive VR Education, discusses the rise of Engage and how he and his team aim to open up access to quality education to everyone.
‣ At Lenovo, Rich Henderson, director of global education solutions, provides an update on the rollout of VR Classroom 2 and how educational institutions are reacting to immersive technology since the outbreak of Covid-19 disrupted in-person learning.
‣ Professor Gary Burnett, from the Human Factors Research Group at the University of Nottingham, goes into detail about what it takes to hold an entire course module in virtual reality.
‣ MindFuel, a Canadian education charity focused on science, technology, engineering and mathematics, highlights the importance of digital technologies in the current environment.
‣ VRWorldTech Magazine also contains mainstays The Reality Wire and Meet feature, so you can get up to date on the latest news and product releases, and read about an up-and-coming developer looking to make an impact in immersive technology.
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Issue six of VRWorldTech Magazine, the first of 2021 and focusing on education, will be available from 8 February in print and 22 February online.