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ITS Invites All to Virtual Reality for Learning Seminar
Free registration is now available for zSpace’s Virtual Reality for Learning Seminar. This “lunch and learn” session will be hosted by Information Technology Services at the SU MakerSpace on Wednesday, Oct. 21, from noon-1:30 p.m.
Experience the latest in virtual reality technology being used in over 125 universities in various capacities. Some schools are using zSpace’s STEM software for undergraduate physics and life sciences curriculum support, while others have a particular focus on medical learning in areas such as gross anatomy. Click here to see how students and faculty at Keck Graduate Institute in California and Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in New York are using zSpace today.
Experts from zSpace will review the scope and sequence and discuss the 250+ activities, created by their curriculum team of teachers. For examples, visit their new Activities and Standards page.
- Networking lunch with local education leaders
- Participate in the keynote presentation and hear testimonials from current customers
- Explore standards-based activities, lesson plans, and video tutorials
- Understand the components of a Virtual Reality Lab through a hands-on demonstration
For more information about the seminar, contact Amanda Austin at zSpace, firstname.lastname@example.org.