Engage Virtual Reality Education ( Students View )

| July 5, 2018

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The ENGAGE platform is a free to use social education and presentation platform. ENGAGE allows you to hold meeting, classes, private lessons and presentations with people from all around the world in a safe virtual multi user environment.You can record and create your own lessons and presentations inside ENGAGE using our recorder feature and you can add in immersive elements such as virtual objects for people to interact with or visit virtual environments such as the surface of Mars.

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Ohio University

Established in 1804, Ohio University is the oldest university in the Northwest Territory. Located in Athens, OH, the University has earned a reputation for its rich educational tradition and outstanding academic programs. The main campus population is more than 20,000 and includes students from nearly every state and about 100 nations. Five regional campuses extend University access across southern Ohio and bring the University’s total enrollment to more than 35,000.

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