Have you heard about Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, and AI… but can’t get the real answers about how this new technology will help your institution, school and students?
Prof. Bertil Andersson, former President of Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and chairs EON Reality Education, a non-profit organization focused on advancing the cause of Augmented and Virtual Reality (AVR) education and research, will present how AVR is rapidly changing the educational arena and the creation of Classroom 3.0. Prof. Andersson has been a leading proponent of the flipped classroom at the university level and its adoption has been part of NTU’s meteoric success. In working with EON Reality, Prof. Andersson works on evolving the flipped classroom into “Classroom 3.0” which blends e-learning and distance learning with experiential learning technologies such as EON Reality’s AVR Platform.
Learn how Creator AVR, an AVR Platform SaaS Product, speeds up the content creation process and adds additional classroom management features. With these improvements, Augmented and Virtual Reality lessons can be created in under ten minutes and deployed to students and trainees right away. Teachers and Trainers can create courses and lessons that meet their exact teaching or training needs.
Sign up for this webinar on July 11th at 1o:00 am CEST (16:00 pm SGT) to understand how you can leverage these technologies and help your institution innovate.
You will specifically learn:
• How Augmented and Virtual Reality (AVR) helps colleges and universities teach more in less time
• How AVR moves education from memorization to higher skills such as critical thinking and problem solving
• How AVR improves attention in the classroom and directly engages students in the learning process
• How you can develop, run, manage, access, store, host, and distribute AVR applications without the complexity of building and maintaining the necessary infrastructure
Prof Andersson is an prominent biochemist and won the Wilhelm Exner Medal in recognition of his research in biochemistry. He joined NTU as its first Provost in 2007 and in 2011 was appointed President. During Andersson’s stint as President, NTU moved from 74th position in 2010 to 11th in 2017 in the QS World University Rankings leadership making it the highest ranked Asian university. Before he joined NTU, Prof Andersson led the European Science Foundation in Strasbourg, France as its Chief Executive from 2004 to 2007. He has also been associated for several decades with the Nobel Foundation and served as the Chairman of the Nobel Committee for Chemistry in 1997.