1/7/2020

In 2019, we celebrated many new and updated augmented and virtual reality resources including our 3rd year of chats. There were participants that collaborated and some even moderated the ARVRinEDU Twitter chat on Wednesday evenings. To recap this incredible year of lea...

12/30/2019

I have the wonderful honor of being included in the Ditch Summit by Matt Miller. I briefly shared the what, how, why and what on educational immersive technology in the short video.

Now that the video is available today, I received many amazing Twitter posts about...

11/27/2019

I'm thrilled to be selected as a speaker for the 2019 Ditch that Textbook Digital Summit. Beginning December 21, educators can join the free online conference for professional development. Sign up now to learn from the incredible lineup of presenters and receive a cert...

11/26/2019

I was honored to share my passion for immersive technology in education with Global Education Correspondent, Dr. Rod Berger. The special episode highlights the upcoming FETC conference sessions on AR/VR coming this January. 

If you missed this discussion with edCircuit,...

9/17/2019

I can't believe we're already starting a new school year. It seems that the summer flew by quicker this year than other years before. I suppose it has more to do with a busy summer and the increasing interest in immersive technology. While the excitement grows, I've fo...

7/30/2019

As many of you know, I rarely share Google Expeditions because so many educators already share out these resources. Some recent updates have brought back my excitement for the tool, and I'm happy to share this out with the ARVRinEDU community! 

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7/24/2019

There’s been quite a bit of anticipation leading up to the release of the Oculus Quest—the latest virtual reality headset from the Facebook-owned Oculus.

Thankfully, the Quest is finally available for purchase after a long wait! Many early adopters like myself made a ju...

7/18/2019

There are times I run across augmented and virtual reality apps that seem to contradict the reason why I share ARVRinEDU. I seem to find more and more of these impractical or unnecessary apps that use AR/VR for fun but have no place in improving our lives or our classr...

6/21/2019

I’ve shared many augmented and virtual reality resources in the past years, and my emphasis has always been placed on student creation opportunities. As more companies are adapting their product to allow for more interactions and creation tools, the adaption of immersi...