Virtual reality (VR) in education: unveiling the impact on student motivation and experience

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Bideci, M. 2023. Virtual reality (VR) in education: unveiling the impact on student motivation and experience.
AuthorsBideci, M.
TypeConference paper
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Virtual Reality (VR) has gained wide popularity in the past decade in higher education. However, limited evidence exists regarding its effect on student motivation and experience.Therefore, this research presents an understanding of students' motivations and experiences with VR in the classroom. To achieve this, the results of a two phased analysis and pilot study have been presented in AdvanceHE Teaching and Learning Conference in 4-6 July 2023 at Keele University.

KeywordsVirtual reality; Higher education; Student experience; Student motivation
Year2023
ConferenceAdvance Higher Education Teaching & Learning
Related URLhttps://www.advance-he.ac.uk/programmes-events/conferences/teaching-learning-2023#:~:text=Join%20us%20at%20the%20Advance,your%20future%20in%20higher%20education.
FunderCanterbury Christ Church University Learning and Teaching Enhancement Small Grant Fund
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Deposited26 Jul 2023
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