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The Future of the Immersive Campus - Shared screen with speaker view
Ian Wilhelm, The Chronicle
22:16
Hi, thanks again for joining. I'll get started soon with my intro.
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
23:10
Welcome to today’s Chronicle of Higher Education’s virtual forum.A reminder: Please use the Q&A box to ask questions or make comments.We’ll respond with “Posting” to indicate that your question or comment is now visible to all attendees.Our hosts and panelists will answer as many questions as they can.All of the questions and comments inform our coverage — articles, reports, and events.A reminder that the event is being recorded, and we’ll send each of you a link to watch it on-demand in a few days.Closed captioning is available.This session is underwritten by Verizon.
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
23:58
Welcome to today’s Chronicle of Higher Education’s virtual forum.A reminder: Please use the Q&A box to ask questions or make comments.We’ll respond with “Posting” to indicate that your question or comment is now visible to all attendees.Our hosts and panelists will answer as many questions as they can.All of the questions and comments inform our coverage — articles, reports, and events.A reminder that the event is being recorded, and we’ll send each of you a link to watch it on-demand in a few days.Closed captioning is available.This session is underwritten by Verizon.
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
24:13
A note on terms being used today. The term “virtual reality” or VR is used to describe situations in which users are completely immersed in a digital environment. In “augmented reality” or AR a digital simulation supplements a user’s physical world. Together the two technologies and similar ones are known as extended reality, or XR.
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
25:02
Welcome to today’s Chronicle of Higher Education’s virtual forum.A reminder: Please use the Q&A box to ask questions or make comments.We’ll respond with “Posting” to indicate that your question or comment is now visible to all attendees.Our hosts and panelists will answer as many questions as they can.All of the questions and comments inform our coverage — articles, reports, and events.A reminder that the event is being recorded, and we’ll send each of you a link to watch it on-demand in a few days.Closed captioning is available.This session is underwritten by Verizon.
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
25:12
A note on terms being used today. The term “virtual reality” or VR is used to describe situations in which users are completely immersed in a digital environment. In “augmented reality” or AR a digital simulation supplements a user’s physical world. Together the two technologies and similar ones are known as extended reality, or XR.
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
26:03
The moderator today is:Ian Wilhelm, Assistant Managing Editor, The ChronicleOur panel is:Colleen L. Bielitz, Associate Vice President Strategic Initiatives and Outreach, Southern Connecticut State UniversityMaya Georgieva, Senior Director, Innovation Center, The New SchoolDavid Neville, Digital Liberal Arts Specialist, Founding Director, the Immersive Experiences Lab, Grinnell CollegeJoe Way, Director, Learning Environments, University of Southern California
Colleen L. Bielitz, SCSU
30:56
https://www.xrwomen.com/
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
32:09
Resources to further the conversation:
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
32:15
A Chronicle report: “Immersive Technologies: Moving Past the Hype.”https://connect.chronicle.com/CHE-3P-WC-2022-09-29-C-Immersive_Verizon_ResearchBrief_Landing-Page.htmlA Chronicle article: “Virtual Reality Comes to the Classroom: The possibilities for creating new ways of learning are wide-ranging, but so are the challenges.”https://www.chronicle.com/article/virtual-reality-comes-to-the-classroomA Chronicle article: “Will Virtual-Reality ‘Metaversities’ Risk Students’ Data Privacy? We Asked for Contracts to Find Out.”https://www.chronicle.com/article/will-virtual-reality-metaversities-risk-students-data-privacy-we-asked-for-contracts-to-find-out
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
32:34
A Chronicle article: “Virtual Tours Could Get More First-Generation Students to College. Here’s What They Want to See.”https://www.chronicle.com/article/virtual-tours-could-get-more-first-generation-students-to-college-heres-what-they-want-to-seeFrom Colleen: https://www.xrwomen.com/
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
40:28
Resources to further the conversation:A note on terms being used today. The term “virtual reality” or VR is used to describe situations in which users are completely immersed in a digital environment. In “augmented reality” or AR a digital simulation supplements a user’s physical world. Together the two technologies and similar ones are known as extended reality, or XR.A Chronicle report: “Immersive Technologies: Moving Past the Hype.”https://connect.chronicle.com/CHE-3P-WC-2022-09-29-C-Immersive_Verizon_ResearchBrief_Landing-Page.html
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
40:34
A Chronicle article: “Virtual Reality Comes to the Classroom: The possibilities for creating new ways of learning are wide-ranging, but so are the challenges.”https://www.chronicle.com/article/virtual-reality-comes-to-the-classroomA Chronicle article: “Will Virtual-Reality ‘Metaversities’ Risk Students’ Data Privacy? We Asked for Contracts to Find Out.”https://www.chronicle.com/article/will-virtual-reality-metaversities-risk-students-data-privacy-we-asked-for-contracts-to-find-out
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
40:41
A Chronicle article: “Virtual Tours Could Get More First-Generation Students to College. Here’s What They Want to See.”https://www.chronicle.com/article/virtual-tours-could-get-more-first-generation-students-to-college-heres-what-they-want-to-seeFrom Colleen: https://www.xrwomen.com/
David Neville, Grinnell College
44:46
More background on the Immersive Experiences Lab at Grinnell: https://jitp.commons.gc.cuny.edu/using-virtual-reality-to-expand-teaching-and-research-in-the-liberal-arts/
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
46:36
From David: More background on the Immersive Experiences Lab at Grinnell: https://jitp.commons.gc.cuny.edu/using-virtual-reality-to-expand-teaching-and-research-in-the-liberal-arts/
David Neville, Grinnell College
46:54
Videos of VR projects in progress at Grinnell:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0sZyDKRKYo4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJ-tCGOemZU
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
47:35
From David: Videos of VR projects in progress at Grinnell:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0sZyDKRKYo4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJ-tCGOemZU
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
52:24
The interview participants are:Liz McMillen, Executive Editor, The ChronicleAndGeoff Somerville, Education Solutions Executive, Verizon
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
59:33
The moderator today is:Ian Wilhelm, Assistant Managing Editor, The ChronicleOur panel is:Colleen L. Bielitz, Associate Vice President Strategic Initiatives and Outreach, Southern Connecticut State UniversityMaya Georgieva, Senior Director, Innovation Center, The New SchoolDavid Neville, Digital Liberal Arts Specialist, Founding Director, the Immersive Experiences Lab, Grinnell CollegeJoe Way, Director, Learning Environments, University of Southern California
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
59:59
Resources to further the conversation:A Chronicle report: “Immersive Technologies: Moving Past the Hype.”https://connect.chronicle.com/CHE-3P-WC-2022-09-29-C-Immersive_Verizon_ResearchBrief_Landing-Page.htmlA Chronicle article: “Virtual Reality Comes to the Classroom: The possibilities for creating new ways of learning are wide-ranging, but so are the challenges.”https://www.chronicle.com/article/virtual-reality-comes-to-the-classroom
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
01:00:07
A Chronicle article: “Will Virtual-Reality ‘Metaversities’ Risk Students’ Data Privacy? We Asked for Contracts to Find Out.”https://www.chronicle.com/article/will-virtual-reality-metaversities-risk-students-data-privacy-we-asked-for-contracts-to-find-outA Chronicle article: “Virtual Tours Could Get More First-Generation Students to College. Here’s What They Want to See.”https://www.chronicle.com/article/virtual-tours-could-get-more-first-generation-students-to-college-heres-what-they-want-to-seeFrom Colleen: https://www.xrwomen.com/
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
01:00:13
From David: More background on the Immersive Experiences Lab at Grinnell: https://jitp.commons.gc.cuny.edu/using-virtual-reality-to-expand-teaching-and-research-in-the-liberal-arts/From David: Videos of VR projects in progress at Grinnell:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0sZyDKRKYo4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJ-tCGOemZU
David Neville, Grinnell College
01:19:34
Transcription of interview of students working in VR lab at Grinnell and what they learned: https://www.dropbox.com/s/d3uo9i6hy2rgl8d/GCIEL-FocusGroup-transcript-edited-2018.pdf?dl=0
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
01:20:04
Resources to further the conversation:A Chronicle report: “Immersive Technologies: Moving Past the Hype.”https://connect.chronicle.com/CHE-3P-WC-2022-09-29-C-Immersive_Verizon_ResearchBrief_Landing-Page.htmlA Chronicle article: “Virtual Reality Comes to the Classroom: The possibilities for creating new ways of learning are wide-ranging, but so are the challenges.”https://www.chronicle.com/article/virtual-reality-comes-to-the-classroom
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
01:20:10
A Chronicle article: “Will Virtual-Reality ‘Metaversities’ Risk Students’ Data Privacy? We Asked for Contracts to Find Out.”https://www.chronicle.com/article/will-virtual-reality-metaversities-risk-students-data-privacy-we-asked-for-contracts-to-find-outA Chronicle article: “Virtual Tours Could Get More First-Generation Students to College. Here’s What They Want to See.”https://www.chronicle.com/article/virtual-tours-could-get-more-first-generation-students-to-college-heres-what-they-want-to-see
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
01:20:17
From Colleen: https://www.xrwomen.com/From David: More background on the Immersive Experiences Lab at Grinnell: https://jitp.commons.gc.cuny.edu/using-virtual-reality-to-expand-teaching-and-research-in-the-liberal-arts/
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
01:20:22
From David: Videos of VR projects in progress at Grinnell:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0sZyDKRKYo4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJ-tCGOemZUFrom David: Transcription of interview of students working in VR lab at Grinnell and what they learned: https://www.dropbox.com/s/d3uo9i6hy2rgl8d/GCIEL-FocusGroup-transcript-edited-2018.pdf?dl=0
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
01:24:39
Thank you all for joining today’s session. And thanks to everyone who offered questions or comments. All of them inform our coverage.A reminder that the event is being recorded, and we’ll send each of you a link to watch it on-demand in a few days. That email will also include the resources shared in the chat.
Colleen L. Bielitz, SCSU
01:24:51
Thank you everyone!
Maya Georgieva, The New School
01:25:03
Thank you!