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Versatilist Happy Hour #3 - Magic Leaps Makin' Bank and a Special Guest
June 03, 2020 06:47 PM PDT
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In this episode of the Versatilist Happy Hour, Jen, Amy and I wonder aloud how Magic Leap keeps raising money and then we are joined by a special guest, Jill B Ware, a dance artist who has done some fantastic work with virtual reality and embodiment.

Versatilist with Lisa-Maria Putz, Florian Hofbauer, & Horst Treiblmaier
May 31, 2020 10:08 AM PDT
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In this episode of the Versatilist, I speak with Lisa-Maria Putz, Florian Hofbauer and Horst Treiblmaier about their article "Can gamification help to improve education? Findings from a longitudinal study." For more information about their work, check out the links below:

Logistify – Learning app to understand the world of logistics


iOS: https://apps.apple.com/app/id1510299390

Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.PieLab.Logistify

RETrans – The online platform for free learning material on sustainable freight transport



Links to their current study:

Science Direct: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2020.106392

Versatilist with Charles Aussedat, David Bakhos, & John Galvin
May 24, 2020 08:46 PM PDT
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In this episode, I speak with Charles Aussedat, David Bakhos, & John Galvin, the authors of "Using virtual reality in audiological training: Our experience in 22 otolaryngology residents".

Versatilist Happy Hour #2 - Simulated Taxes and Deep-Fake Classes...oh my!
May 20, 2020 07:27 PM PDT
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In the second episode of out newly relaunched Versatilist Happy Hour, Amy and Patrick are joined by Jen to talk about how simulated tax structures can be used to model societal benefits. Then we talk about a new offering through the University of Pennsylvania to teach deep-fakes and other types of media manipulation. All while we talk about what’s happening in the world and drink wine, whiskey and bloody mary

Versatilist with Seth Thompson
May 17, 2020 08:11 AM PDT
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In this episode, I speak with Seth Thompson, the author of "Sacred Spaces of New England: Artistic Research, Cultural Heritage, and Virtual Reality Panoramic Photography." We had a great conversation about New England, even though neither of us live there anymore. For more information about his work, check out https://seththompson.info/sacredspacesne/. Additionally, the article that we discussed in the recording can be found at https://www.seththompson.info/pdfs/Thompson_Seth_IPCJ-Vol_3.pdf

Versatilist with Nikki Cannon-Rech & Autumn Johnson
May 10, 2020 03:33 PM PDT
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In this episode of the Versatilist, I speak with Nikki Cannon-Rech and Autumn Johnson about their work "Archives and STEM: The Perfect Formula for Immersive Cross-Disciplinary Instruction"

Mid-Life Elon Musk & Online Learning in the Time of Corona
May 06, 2020 07:18 PM PDT
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Ok, so we're bringing back the every-other-week Versatilist Happy Hour. This is where we take a bit more relaxed approach to discussing the issues of immersive technologies. In this episode, Amy and I talk about Elon Musk's desire to have Augmented Reality games in Teslas and the various struggles that we have in teaching from a distance during the times of the corona virus.

Versatilist with Ryan Kellems
May 03, 2020 08:51 PM PDT
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In this episode, I speak with Ryan Kellems about his work "Using Video-Based Instruction via Augmented Reality to Teach Mathematics to Middle School Students With Learning Disabilities". For more information about his work, check out the links below:





Versatilist with Silvia Fornos
April 26, 2020 04:57 PM PDT
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In this episode I finally get a chance to catch up with Silvia Fornos, who I met at ILRN's 2019 conference in London. Silvia is working with a project called CHARMING, which I'll let her describe in the session. If you're interested, there is more information about CHARMING at https://twitter.com/CHARMINGH2020/status/1248266775290089472 and https://charming-etn.eu/2020/04/16/free-online-chem-jam-a-game-jam-to-build-game-levels-of-a-chemical-plant/

Versatilist with Angela Sample & Daniel Eller
April 19, 2020 07:53 PM PDT
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In this episode, I speak with Angela Sample & Daniel Eller about their article "Using Augmented and Virtual Reality in Information Literacy Instruction to Reduce Library Anxiety in Non-Traditional and International Students." There is a great deal of information about how to deal with folks who have different interactions with libraries depending upon their personal experiences. Listen to the episode to see what I mean...particular for a glimpse at the tour that they have created (https://storage.net-fs.com/hosting/6013057/2/index.htm)

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