The Virtual Human Interaction Lab and its uses for Educational Research

Headshot, Prof. Jeremy Bailenson
November 12, 2014 - 5:00pm

This event is free and open to the public.


5:00 to 5:30: reception

5:30 to 6:30: presentation

For more than a decade the Virtual Human Interaction Lab has been on the forefront of innovation on how humans behave while interacting within virtual worlds and how these worlds, in turn, shape human interactions. Jeremy's research points towards unique contributions that VR can make in teaching and learning. His seminar will focus on opportunities for VR as a component of learning environments.

The Stanford Digital Learning Forum welcomes Jeremy to the Seminar Series. Seminars will take place in the Center for Educational Research at Stanford (CERAS). Each talk will be preceded by a half-hour reception and followed by a Q&A session.

Please join us on November 12 at 5pm for the Seminar with Jeremy Bailenson.

Presenters in the Stanford Digital Learning Forum Seminar Series consider how resources in digital education and online learning introduce new opportunities and questions for research in disciplines from education to psychology to computer science.

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