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Woman wearing virtual reality headsetJoin us for this hands-on workshop to create very simple VR movies for use with Google Cardboard. We want to know from you:

How does creating VR movies differ from simply experiencing VR content?

If our goal is to create VR experiences that have emotional and instructional impact, what does one to consider as a creator and expert in a particular domain?

Note: You will need the following in order to participate fully in this workshop:

  1. A smart phone capable of running VR apps (iOS or Android)
  2. Cardboard Camera app (available from App Store or GooglePlay)
  3. Google Account to use to upload your VR movie for access and viewing

This workshop is part of the PennImmersive initiative of Penn Libraries and Penn's Year of Innovation.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017
3:00pm - 3:45pm
Collab. Classroom, Rm 113, VPDLC
Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center
Digital Pedagogy, Digital Research Methods, Featured
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Event Organizer

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Joe Schaffner

As a Courseware Support Librarian, Joe works with faculty, students, and staff who use Canvas, the University s learning management system. Joe belongs to a team of librarians who plan and lead training sessions to help users see the system's potential for attaining their teaching and learning goals. Additionally, Joe designs documentation for Canvas and other educational technology tools, and he also provides direct user support. Joe holds a B.A. and M.A. in English Literature from Rutgers University and an M.S. in Library and Information Science from Drexel University.

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Becky Moulder