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Dare to Dream: A New Learning Reality

Tech and Innovation
Dare to Dream: A New Learning Reality
Event Description

What will the future of learning look like?

Explore how we can use virtual reality (VR) to transform teaching and learning in this talk with The Open University’s Oli Howson. Discover how VR is depicted in the media, the dangers of adopting this new way of learning and what a future which normalises VR in teaching could look like.

Experience various virtual realities first hand. Prepare to go rock climbing, navigate through unfamiliar streets, and get up close and personal with a friendly robot, plus many more.

This event is open for all dreamers of the future! All children must be accompanied by an adult and children need to be 13+ years to use the VR equipment.

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