His outlook on the future of virtual teaching is as follows:
"The internet [...] will continue to evolve, and there are many indications that it will become more immersive. Our virtual and physical worlds will overlap more and more. And that's why we need to prepare ourselves [...] and our students for this."
The new anthology "Teaching and Learning in Virtual Space", edited by Sibylle Matern and HM Vice President for Teaching Klaus Kreulich (ed.), offers insights into current research and innovative approaches to the use of virtual reality in education. The authors from Munich University of Applied Sciences examine how the learning behavior of individuals and groups changes when using immersive media, what skills the actors need and what opportunities virtual technologies offer in the university context and in the world of work. Lecturers from the SCE, Entrepreneurship Center of the HM, are also represented with contributions from the authors Audrey Stolze, Bettina Maisch and Andres Rueda. More information
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Video production: Andreas Lüdke & Petra Elisabeth Spier.
Music: Urban Haze by Scott Holmes Music is licensed under a Attribution -NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
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