Borderless Education With Unlimited VR Students: A Vision

| June 4, 2020

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When designing education programs for adults, you cannot avoid the fact that you need to design experiences for them. What other education forms could be better than storytelling, gamification, task orientation, and instant rewards, which could be offered by VR gaming? Imagine if all existing flat-lecture videos were converted into a 3D interactive gaming environment. Let's say, for example, on Massive Open Online Courses platforms, such as Coursera and edX, they start offering VR classrooms. When you connect to the classroom, you would be able to see other students around you and chat with them in natural languages and hear them in the natural languages; as a plus, there could be a prompt translator to support cross-cultural communication.

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UMass Dartmouth

One of the five campuses of the Public University of Massachusetts Enrollment:8,916 Undergraduate, Graduate & Continuing Education students Undergraduate enrollment:7,295 Graduate & Law enrollment :1,621 Students enrolled in online degree programs:395 95% of full-time faculty hold highest degree in their fields Alumni:44,641 Average class size:24 Male/Female ratio 51:49 MA residents:86% Full-time faculty:392 Courses offered:1718 per semester Living on Campus:4,168 Student Clubs & Organizations:151 Student Athletes:485 Main campus: 13 buildings, 122 classrooms, 113 labs & studios; 710-acres on the SouthCoast of Massachusetts, between Providence, RI and Cape Cod—just one hour from Boston.

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One of the five campuses of the Public University of Massachusetts Enrollment:8,916 Undergraduate, Graduate & Continuing Education students Undergraduate enrollment:7,295 Graduate & Law enrollment :1,621 Students enrolled in online degree programs:395 95% of full-time faculty hold highest degree in their fields Alumni:44,641 Average class size:24 Male/Female ratio 51:49 MA residents:86% Full-time faculty:392 Courses offered:1718 per semester Living on Campus:4,168 Student Clubs & Organizations:151 Student Athletes:485 Main campus: 13 buildings, 122 classrooms, 113 labs & studios; 710-acres on the SouthCoast of Massachusetts, between Providence, RI and Cape Cod—just one hour from Boston.

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