4 Amazing Benefits of Virtual Reality in Online Training [Infographic]

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The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines VR as an artificial environment which is experienced through sensory stimuli (as sights and sounds) provided by a computer and in which one’s actions partially determine what happens in the environment.Why are organizations opting for learning applications based on VR? How does this technology help firms train their people better? Well, check our infographic for the benefits of Virtual Reality in online training.

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Education With a Christian Purpose." Since 1907, Olivet Nazarene University has made this more than a motto, but a mission. At Olivet, considered one of the nation's premier Christian colleges, faith is at the heart of superior academics, athletics, social atmosphere and ministry opportunities. Here, students not only learn how to make a living; they learn how to live. Since Olivet's founding, more than 20,000 degrees have been granted to graduating students. Whether their chosen fields are in medicine, business, education, ministry or a myriad of other professions, Olivetians make a difference in the world for Christ and His kingdom.

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