LTA lunch lecture: Augmented Reality in Higher Education
- Monday 28 May 2018
2311 GW Leiden
- zaal C102
LUMC and Centre for Innovation have developed a teaching application for HoloLens, Dynamic Anatomy. With this application students can actively study the anatomy and function of their ankle joints by using their own bodies. Beerend Hierck (Anatomy teacher, LTA fellow) will present the possibilities and pitfalls of Augmented Reality in education, the development process, and the potential benefits for learning. The data will be presented in the light of his research program that focuses on teaching and learning in 3D.
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Everyone interested in AR/VR for his/her own education program, including students that are interested to be involved in the development team, is cordially invited to attend the presentation at May 28. The Lunch Lectures are initiated by the Leiden Teachers' Academy (LTA) and aims for teaching staff who want to improve their teaching. Lunch is available. Registration (till May 24th) is needed for catering purposes.