Educators know so little or nothing about helpful digital learning opportunities because they never heard about them during their pedagogic studies. To rapidly change this, European educational institutions join forces in the Erasmus+ XR4Ped project to provide answers to questions and help foster digitisation in higher education in general and promote XR-based Virtual Reality (VR),
Augmented Reality (AR) and the combination and further extension of both to Extended Reality (XR) immersive learning in particular.

Promoting Digital Higher Education by Introducing Immersive Learning into Educational Studies

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Applicant organisation: Univerza na Primorskem, Slovenia

Partner Organisations:

  • FHM GMBH, University of Applied Science, Germany

  • E.N.T.E.R. GMBH, Austria

  • University College Dublin, Ireland

  • Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

  • Wakeone Oy, Finland

How has the C-19 pandemic changed our teaching – and could VR/AR technologies help us become even better educators?

Have you yourself had any important experiences, successes or frustrations related to digital teaching in the last year and a half and would like to share them with others?

Do you have the impression that there is an enormous need to catch up in Europe's education systems at all levels with regard to the digitalisation of learning and teaching and would you like to see this realised as soon as possible?

Or do you see digital learning as overrated, whose usefulness in teaching and benefits for learning are currently questioned far too little critically?

Whatever your opinion ... we are very curious about it!

Please support our Europe-wide completely anonymous survey, on the basis of which a new training programme for students of education is being developed, with 15 minutes of your valuable time!

Thank you in advance,
the XR4Ped project group


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