William Ballo, Faculty Academic Technology, Madison CollegeRoom TBD
After the COVID 19 shutdown, our students lost the opportunity to meet in person to complete their lab and clinical skills requirements; our state of the art sim labs sat empty and dark. Students were forced to delay their graduation, and we vowed to find a way to make sure that if this happens again we will be better prepared to support those hands on skills for which solutions were lacking. Virtual Reality became that solution.
During the session, attendees will be encouraged to ask questions of the presenter and the developer either through the chat (distance) or in the Q&A session to follow the main presentation. The presenter will facilitate a robust discussion centered around the hands-on and clinical skills that were initially thought of as impossible to complete via distance education. Attendees will also have the opportunity to:
Questions we would like the attendees to consider are, but not limited to: