4 Ways Virtual Reality Training (VR) Changes L&D

| November 27, 2018

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Virtual Reality training (VR) has been shaping how we learn and how we design so that others can learn, for decades. And the future looks even more virtual. Find out how Virtual Reality will continue to transform the L&D field.Virtual Reality (VR) training is taking the Learning and Development (L&D) industry by storm. Instructional Designers across the globe are in awe, delighted by the possibilities that VR offers. Each day, more and more learners get to experience strapping on a VR helmet and losing themselves in a memorable virtual environment.Do a quick Google search of "Virtual Reality training (VR)", and you’ll find dozens of articles calling it "the future of L&D". It could be argued, however, that this description is not entirely accurate. The fact is, VR training has been a big part of L&D for quite a while, and it’s been changing the field for years.It’s true. VR training is changing the way we learn and the way we design learning, for the better. VR has been transforming learning since its inception and will likely continue to do so for years to come. VR has changed the past, is changing the present, and will change the future.

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