VR learning: positive effects on performance, emotion and engagement

 
 

Interesting research: “Participants in the traditional and VR conditions had improved overall performance (i.e. learning, including knowledge acquisition and understanding) compared to those in the video condition. Participants in the VR condition also showed better performance for ‘remembering’ than those in the traditional and the video conditions. Emotion self-ratings before and after the learning phase showed an increase in positive emotions and a decrease in negative emotions for the VR condition. Conversely there was a decrease in positive emotions in both the traditional and video conditions. The Web-based learning tools evaluation scale also found that participants in the VR condition reported higher engagement than those in the other conditions. Overall, VR displayed an improved learning experience when compared to traditional and video learning methods.”

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CoVince presents MasterClass at Amsterdam Business Inspiration @Postillion Hotel Amsterdam

 
 

CoVince and Marja Olff presented a glimp of the MasterClass VR Presentatietraining during the Amsterdam Business Inspiration at the Postillion Hotel Amsterdam.