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Helping Introduce VR to World Language Classrooms Using Instructional Design

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ORGANIZATION

Instructional Design and Technology graduate program, School of Education

EXHIBITORS

Alicia Johnson, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Instructional Design and Technology School of Education
Ghadah Almutairy, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Instructional Design and Technology School of Education
Rebecca Clark, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Instructional Design and Technology School of Education
Ginny Clark, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Instructional Design and Technology School of Education
Henry Zhenhuan Yang, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Instructional Design and Technology School of Education
Mingyu Li, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Instructional Design and Technology School of Education

WHAT HAPPENS HERE?

Come experience the instructional design process for a project in the EdTech industry. As we describe our work with Redshift Education (a company creating Virtual Reality learning for World Language classrooms), we will demonstrate the complex process of an Instructional Design project.

WHAT WAS THE PROCESS?

The VT IDT Internship Design Team designed and developed instructive learning objects for Redshift Education (met through the Apex Center for Entrepreneurs at VT). Using VT Library Fusion Studio as a base, the team successfully designed, developed and user-tested several learning objects for Redshift with a blend of Instructional Design, Project Management, and Interactive and Graphic Design practices. With Zoom, Slack and Google Drive we continued our design teamwork during COVID19. Learn more.