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As a small department at Ally Insurance, it would be easy to rely on the old standby of instructor-led classroom facilitation for all topics— especially the boring ones. But we know that instructor-led classroom facilitation is not always the best, most efficient, or even most innovative way to communicate content to learners. What if a small but mighty department could create and implement a whole new way to learn and retain information? What if they could quickly be the leader in L&D for their entire company with this new way of learning? And what if that new way was radically fun and techy?Read More
In California, a fifth grade teacher encourages his students to roam a museum freely. No problem: it's an augmented reality learning experience. In Texas, a teacher creates an undersea environment where students move through schools of fish identifying flora and fauna, without getting wet. Students do this without buses or chaperones or brown bag lunches. Augmented and virtual reality is already a part of K-12 education. What can we learn from what they’re doing now?Read More
There is often a divide in many virtual reality products. There are the products that have detailed graphics that are not very interactive, and there are those that have a lot of interactivity with low quality graphics. However, what if there was a way to have both, without having to worry about the frame rate of the VR device dropping?Read More
Virtual reality is becoming more mainstream every day. However, use cases can sometimes be theoretical or hyperbole so that when you peel back the layers, it isn't practical, cost-effective, or the right way to best deliver the learning. This, combined with the fact that most instructional designers are very new to how to design an effective VR experience, poses a costly risk for L&D organizations.Read More
VR and AR can generate a great deal of data, and that includes data in the xAPI format. One promise of this data is that it can be used to create predictive models that can classify learners; helping L&D departments to better serve them with appropriate content.Read More