Virtual Reality Interest Grows Across Campus

With the addition of 16 new VR workstations last summer, The Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning is seeing a surge of interest in virtual reality as an educational tool. So far this Spring, CITL’s Innovation Studio has supported classes from Advertising, Psychology, Linguistics, French, Industrial Design, Architecture, Recreation, Sport and Tourism, Business Administration, Education, Informatics, Accounting and Journalism. Get in touch with us to discuss how you can use VR to engage your students, and how this technology could impact your discipline in the near future.

Justin Leiby, Associate Professor of Accountancy and Professor Ken Perry Faculty Fellowship in Accountancy

Tait Johnson, Lecturer Department of Architecture