Virtual School Meanderings

September 9, 2016

Bring Virtual Reality To Your School!

Yet another item from Wednesday’s inbox…

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School Library Journal Webcasts
Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality: What’s Next
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
3-4 PM EST, 12-1 PM PST
Is there life after Pokémon Go? Get up to speed on VR and AR, with advice from an expert panel on where this fast-evolving technology is headed, and what applications educators can use now.

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Chris Carnahan – Assistant Professor & Doctoral Program Coordinator in Educational Technology, New Jersey City University

Laura Zieger – Chair and Professor of Educational Technology, New Jersey City University

Ted Brodheim – VP, Samsung Education

Guido Kovalskys – CEO, Nearpod


Kathy Ishizuka – Executive Editor, School Library Journal


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September 13, 2016
3-4 PM EST / 12-1 PM PST

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