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Virtual reality in the classroom
12 March 2018
Swansea University is leading the way in using virtual reality to help its accountancy students learn.
Tutor Terry Filer teamed up with colleague Marc Holmes to create a virtual reality world to help taxation students learn about capital allowances. Using Google cardboard headsets at just £5 a pop made it all very affordable. Students simply has to download the app on their phone and they were away in a virtual world.
Students said they wanted to see more of it, although one said “it makes me feel dizzy”! Another student felt VR helps relieve students from boring study and enriches their experience – strong praise indeed.
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