Colorado is the official site of the next USA Immersive Education conference. Immersive Colorado runs August 23-26 in collaboration with the United States Department of the Interior (DOI) in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the USA National Park Service (NPS). Don't miss Immersive Colorado!
BOSTON SUMMER CAMPS
Do you enjoy: SURFING the Web, WATCHING Videos? PLAYING Video Games? Would you like to CREATE this content instead of just consuming it? Learn how in our Boston "Creative Computing" Summer Camps!
IMMERSION 2015 & EiED
IMMERSION 2015 and the 5th annual European Immersive Education Summit (EiED 2015) were held at Paris-Sorbonne University ("the Sorbonne") in Paris, France.
COLORADO iED CLUBS
United States National Historic Site To Become Immersive
Bent’s Old Fort, a unit of the United States National Park Service located on the Santa Fe Trail, will be reconstructed virtually in the video game Minecraft and also as a fully immersive 3D virtual reality (VR) environment. Students in Colorado, working in collaboration with Stanford University’s Architecture Design Program, will actively participate in... Details...
K-12 iED CLUBS
Historic Boston school expands Immersive Education program
Since 1873 St. John School has resided in historic North Square adjacent to the Paul Revere House on Boston's Freedom Trail. For over 140 years the elementary school has touched the lives of generations of children in the heart of a proud and dynamic city. Steeped in history and tradition, and located at the very site of the American Revolution, St. John School is today leading the charge in a new revolution. A revolution in education. Details...
Larry King interviews Aaron E. Walsh
What can produce plastic Yoda heads, tchotchkes, a human liver, bionic eyes and a functional gun? Join legendary Larry King for an enlightening discussion with Immersive Education Initiative Director Aaron E. Walsh about the staggering applications of 3D printing, and the technology’s potential to change the world -- for better and worse. Watch the full interview now.