The Future of Immersive Education

Boston, MA - September 26, 2014

Over 23 million readers worldwide get a sneak-peek at new Immersive Education Initiative technologies and projects.

CBS Interactive’s business technology news service ZDNet today published Oculus Rift in the classroom – Immersive Education’s next level.

The article is based on interviews with Immersive Education Initiative Director Aaron E. Walsh and Immersive Education’s K-12 group co-chair Barbara Mikolajczak, and features several new and forthcoming Immersive Education Initiative technologies and projects including Facebook’s Oculus Rift, Microsoft’s Minecraft, Learn to Earn with Minecraft, Google Fiber, Virtual Worlds, Virtual Harlem, and Boston’s Immersive Freedom Trail.

Educators, researchers, business professionals, and students interested in these and other Immersive Education Initiative technologies and projects are encouraged to join corresponding Immersive Education Technology Working Groups (TWGs) and Community Groups (CGs) and corresponding Immersive Education Certification and Professional Development programs.

Reaching over 23 million readers each month, ZDNet is published by CBS Interactive and owned by CNET Networks.

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