Four Grad Students to Speak About Curricula and Virtual Reality Environments
By Lynae Warren, mentor, SUNY Empire State College
December 7, 2015
Four School for Graduate Studies MALET students have been invited to speak about the curricula and environments they have created at an international conference, followed by a poster session on topics related to virtual reality.
These students, Al Ritondo, April Steenburgh, Maja Anderson and Irene Cruz, have developed academic and professional environments to educate or train their students and clients, creating a diverse range of virtual environments. Their clients include videographers, library patrons, middle-school students and non-English speakers being acculturated into America. Another student, Terri Worman, is helping with coordination and support. They will be presenting on Dec. 5.
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Four Grad Students to Speak About Curricula and Virtual Reality Environments, By Lynae Warren, mentor, SUNY Empire State College
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